Metrics are important in software development, since they provide valuable insight to the various stakeholders and key executives. Metrics guide projects to remain on track with resources, budgets, and forecasts. Metrics can help quantify project risks and identify process improvements. After a software product is deployed, metrics evaluate customer satisfaction. While transforming to Agile, organizations frequently continue to use traditional metrics even though the process and outputs are vastly different. In this session, Prachi will share a set of comprehensive but lean metrics for Agile Testing that evaluate code quality, testing quality, project progress, process improvement, automation ROI and team sentiments. These metrics can be generated easily using common test management tools and the generic fields which almost every tool provides. Learn how these metrics can be bundled together to provide a comprehensive quality picture to all levels in the organization.