BlueCross BlueShield of TN Uses NeoLoad for DevOps Testing

November is here, which means we’re about to officially kick-off another holiday season (I swear, it’s earlier every year). Tree trimming may still be a few weeks away, but the airwaves are preparing for their annual two-month interruption of regular radio programming with jingling bells, decked halls, and dissonant chipmunks.

Early November also heightens the countdown to year’s end, the reality that those resolutions will have to sit-tight another year. For the insured, or those shopping around, it means it’s Open Enrollment time (which runs thru December 15th) – the six-week frenzy to choose their 2018 plan.

If you have the luxury of choice, finding the right provider can be arduous. It doesn’t help that your station in life has a say in what plans/coverage options are available to you. The providers, after a while, tend to all look the same. For a lot of professionals, the provider is chosen for you, and yours is merely a decision of one plan type vs. another.

Regardless of how and whom you choose, the policyholder’s primary condition is simple – “when I need you-you will be there for me.” Having been both a subscriber and business partner of Blue Cross Blue Shield’s, I have come to appreciate their commitment to enabling their members to live their lives without this fear. Part of this mission is supported by BCBS’s personalized approach to health care based on the needs of the communities where their members live and work.

DevOps Testing with NeoLoad

Neotys is excited to work with a couple of the different BCBS companies today and recently had the opportunity to discuss with BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, the state’s largest health benefit plan company, how they used NeoLoad to streamline its Continuous Delivery Process and support its DevOps Testing effort.

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For the full story of how BCBST’s use of NeoLoad allowed them to complete a project in one-third of the time taken with LoadRunner and achieve 60-70% faster script design, read the case study.

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