What is Vansah

Vansah® was developed by Testpoint™ to help clients overcome manual and test automation challenges.

Vansah promotes close collaboration, auditing, and reporting across teams. Thus, providing the visibility to understand the quality of testing deliverables as you prepare to launch software releases.

Our clients require a comprehensive set of APIs to integrate with various tools, frameworks, and third-party applications to support end to end automation testing.

“The Holy Grail for Test Management to Improve Software Quality”

– Fadi Hawli, CEO Testpoint

Traceability is everything as you manage your software projects. You need to trace testing to requirements, tasks, and defects. It is vital that you create a direct relationship between requirements and test cases. And it’s critical whether you have multiple requirements within a single test case or multiple test cases to deal with a single requirement.

Vansah manages the results from your automation tests. The results then appear in upstream tools integrated with Vansah, such as Atlassian Jira.

Because of the repetition inherent in the testing, Vansah makes this relationship explicit for massive time savings. With testing integration, your teams have visibility to work on stories, issues, and epics directly from JIRA.


In 2010, Testpoint commercialised its first Testing solution known as Stream Test Pro to overcome challenges with Automated Software Testing. Streamlining test results across various automation tools into a meaningful and centralised reporting platform.

In 2011, Testpoint enhanced its solution platform with the first release of Vansah – a complete online enterprise quality assurance platform for managing clients’ end to end testing requirements. This helped Testpoint to scale and support multiple testing client projects providing managed services using the platform to deliver the capability and governance.

In 2014, The existing solution was refined to ensure both automation and manual testing were integrated as a single test management platform. This helped rapidly increase test coverage and automation adoption by ensuring your tests are visible to the team, aligned to testing governance along with real time detailed automation reporting.

In 2015, Vansah recorded over 5 million reusable software testing assets, providing a comprehensive level of visibility into meaningful testing meta data across customers with positive client success feedback. "Partnering with Testpoint has given us extreme confidence...”- Shelayne Mathieu, Senior Program Manager (Uniting)

In 2017, Testpoint began its initiative to transform its platform into a scalable multi-tenant and highly secured #SaaS based platform. With the on-going positive feedback provided by customers and testing experts it was time to commercialise the solution as an independent SaaS subscription.

In 2020, Vansah continues to expand and focus on its first native Jira Plugin to be available in the Atlassian appstore in early 2021. This will provide full testing capabilities directly within the native jira interface.

In 2015, a comprehensive Rest API framework replaces existing solution making the entire platform services based and accessible to a variety of technologies, plugins and enhancements.

How does Vansah Work

Testpoint developed Vansah® as a #SaaS based platform solution to overcome manual and test automation challenges. By promoting close collaboration, auditing, and reporting across teams, Vansah offers the visibility to understand the quality of testing deliverables before launching software releases.

To support end to end automation testing, our clients require a comprehensive set of APIs integrated with various tools, frameworks, and third-party applications.

Vansah® is not a test automation tool.

Instead, Vansah® remains tool-agnostic to enable test automation to:

  • Accelerate testing maturity.
  • Improve quality and velocity of IT delivery.
  • Enable organizations to “shift left” testing early and continuously during development releases
  • Produce a defect-prevention culture
  • Detect issues early in production with a “shift right” focus

See a reduction in testing costs as your manual testing backlog efforts reduce. Increased visibility enables manual testers to concentrate on critical business functions and focus on those tests that are not automated.

Ultimately, allowing you to adopt the necessary tools with a single framework solution regardless of what robot tool you use.

Mission and Goals

To expedite business systems by helping organizations enable test automation. Save time and money and support a defect-prevention culture.

Vansah automates, integrates, and digitizes to eradicate the drudgery of antiquated testing tools.

Our Team

Interested to know who is behind Vansah?

In summary to know who is behind Vansah we must start with the professional Testpoint team. With a wealth of combined industry experience leveraged from consultants, developers, testers and real client projects have supported Vansah to evolve into the solution which it is today.

Stepping back to the inception of the original technology the product was founded by the two directors of Testpoint becoming part of the Testpoint Technology Group.

Fadi Hawli

Fadi Hawli is a passionate Australian technology entrepreneur with a strong focus on automated testing and streamlining testing services.

Graduating with a degree in Software Engineering from the Western Sydney University in 1999, Fadi began his career as a Technical Software Consultant, specializing in automated testing while working for large international corporations, leading complex software project implementations.

Hala Talanoa

Hala is a solution oriented professional with a passion for delivering Tier-1 software systems and solutions across a variety of industry verticals.

Graduated with a degree in Computing (BSc) from the Western Sydney University, Hala established his career specializing in systems development and software testing services to address and deliver testing requirements, working for some of the most renowned global and local corporations and enterprises.