7 Reasons why Test Case Prioritization (TCP) is important!

Increases efficiency

By prioritizing test cases based on risks, customer needs, and other factors, the number of necessary test cases can be reduced, leading to more efficient testing.


This approach helps meet project deadlines and fulfill customer expectations.

Find bugs early

Early detection of bugs is facilitated.

Reduced costs

Prioritizing test cases can lower the cost of the software testing phase and reduce the time needed for testing, resulting in a higher-quality product.

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Early fault detection

By prioritizing test cases, faults can be identified and corrected more quickly.

Quick solution

The team can address the most crucial defects early in the testing process.


With the high-priority test cases given priority during execution, the overall performance of regression testing improves.

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