Squash, the reference tool for testing
The functional testing tool
Squash, tool dedicated to functional testing, adapts to different methodological, organizational or technical choices (V-cycle, scrum or scaled, build or run phase, with or without automation, continuous testing or not).
You'll have an effective and versatile tool adapted to the multiplicity and volatility of project contexts.
...at the heart of the construction of the IS
Squash enables you to validate the software incrementally, while capitalizing on the development of validation assets. Right from the design stage, you can define perennial test cases, which will be added to the non-regression harness and/or automated.
By integrating with your tools, Squash enhances your DevSecOps platform, enabling you to distribute the value of functional testing to all project stakeholders on an ongoing basis.
... to support application assets
The systematic use of Squash -before any production launch- and its versatility, mean that it is destined to become the functional reference for IS documentation, particularly in incrementally specified contexts.
The key features of Squash
Squash integrates and interfaces with your tools
Squash in a few figures
open core model
They trust in Squash
The most frequently asked questions
Can I try Squash?
Yes, of course, you can discover Squash in 3 different ways:
- try Squash integrated with Mantis, Jira and GitLab here (public demo instance)
- try a personalized Squash instance by contacting us here.
What is the difference between the free version and the paid version of Squash?
Most of Squash's features are available in the free distribution.
Paid distributions include additional features, mainly access on connectors with third-party tools. They also include services such as support, maintenance and SaaS versions of the tool.
For further details, you can consult our offer here.
Is Squash an open source software?
Yes, Squash is an open source software, distributed under the LGPL v3 or Apache 2.0 license depending on the components.
Can I see the list of evolutions of Squash?
Yes of course, you can see the roadmap and releases of Squash here.
If your question is not in the list, do not hesitate to come and ask us by clicking on this button: