TheTestMart Pricing

The prices above require annual contracts and do not include onboarding costs, which start at $5k for most customers.  Prices are in USD$.

TheTestMart offers standard prices for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain customers.  Our sales team will conduct a brief discovery call and presentation, after which we will provide your company with a detailed quote, including Onboarding Costs.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Test?
A test, as defined on TheTestMart, is a single process that encompasses an end-to-end test script. This test can range from a straightforward procedure like adding a vendor to a more intricate one, such as adding an order with multiple order lines, inclusive of tax and shipping costs. At TheTestMart, we ensure that you are not charged extra for running the test script in different legal entities or environments. If you have a consistent process across multiple companies, it will count as just one test.
What is a System?

 A system is one vendor solution like the following: 

  • Microsoft Dynamics 365 (D365) – Finance and Supply Chain Management
  • Microsoft Dynamics 365 (D365) – Business Central
  • Microsoft Dynamics 365 (D365) – Sales, Customer Service
  • Salesforce
  • Other web-based systems
What is an Environment?

An environment in Dynamics 365, such as development, pre-production, user acceptance testing, or production, is a unique instance. Additionally, in Dynamics 365 Finance, it also refers to separate legal entities. 

How Many Updates Can We Do Per Year?
We recommend that customers of TheTestMart update their systems three to four times per year. This ensures that customers stay up to date with the latest updates and avoid being forced into an inconvenient time frame for an update that may not align with their business needs. Stay ahead with regular updates from TheTestMart.
What is Covered in the Contract?

TheTestMart has annual contracts and payment terms for our solution.  Our contracts are based on the number of systems and the number of tests built.  Our contracts include unlimited users and a defined number of times the test scripts can be run on their environments.  Our contracts also include working directly with our Customer Success team on build, maintaining, and executing the test scripts, reducing your team’s effort.

What is Onboarding?
During Onboarding at TheTestMart, our dedicated Customer Success Manager Team collaborates with your team to grasp your unique environment and seamlessly integrate our solution. Together, we construct customized test scripts from start to finish, ensuring every aspect aligns with your requirements. Our team conducts thorough testing, guaranteeing optimal functionality within your environment. Onboarding costs begin at $5,000 and may vary based on the number of tests, systems, and environments involved.
How Long Does It Take To Get Started?

Getting started with TheTestMart is a straightforward process. Our clients with minimal customizations and integrations can have their test scripts up and running within a few days. However, for more complex environments, setting up all the test scripts may take a few weeks or months. Rest assured, we are committed to ensuring a smooth and efficient transition for all our clients.

How Much Time Do You Need From Our Team?

Some of the test scripts can be generated from our extensive library of standard tests and modified slightly to meet your needs. Your team only needs to do screen recordings for more intricate processes and review and approve the resulting test scripts. 

Do You Only Test Dynamics 365?

No, TheTestMart can test a wide range of web-based systems. However, our current library of tests primarily focuses on Microsoft Dynamics 365 and frequently used ISV solutions. We are continuously expanding our library to include other commonly employed solutions.

What is a Parallel Thread?

In the context of TheTestMart, parallel threads pertain to the ability to conduct multiple tests concurrently. This implies running tests simultaneously, allowing for greater efficiency and productivity during the testing process.  It also allows for load testing on the system to assess overall performance.