Accelq and Katalon are both popular software testing tools that provide a variety of test automation and quality assurance features.
|Accelq offers codeless test automation, allowing customers to develop tests without writing code. It employs a natural language approach and strongly supports behavior-driven development (BDD).||Katalon offers codeless as well as code-based automation. It employs a keyword-driven approach and supports major programming languages like Java and Groovy.|
|Accelq is a modern and user-friendly user interface that makes test creation and management effortless. Its methodology is centered on everyday language, making it simple for non-technical users to write and maintain tests.||Katalon offers an easy-to-use UI and a graphical test case builder. It includes many built-in keywords and actions that make developing and managing test scripts easy.|
|Accelq's test management capabilities include test case management, version control, and reporting. It also provides collaboration tools for distant teams.||Test management tools such as test case organization, test data management, and execution history tracking are included in Katalon. It also integrates with common issue-tracking and project-management software.|
|Accelq integrates with standard CI/CD technologies like Jenkins and Bamboo. It also integrates with source control systems such as Git.||Katalon works nicely with various CI/CD technologies, such as Jenkins, Azure DevOps, and GitLab. It also has many plugins for integrating with other tools and frameworks.|
|Accelq uses a subscription-based pricing strategy, varying prices depending on the number of users and additional capabilities needed.||Katalon provides both free and paid versions. The free edition has several restrictions, whereas the paid version has more features and support.|