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What is the difference between Baseline and Benchmarking ?
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Baseline is a measurement of present situation of performance.

"Benchmarking is the process of measuring an organization's internal processes then identifying, understanding, and adapting outstanding practices from other organizations considered to be best-in-class.

Most business processes are common throughout industries. For example; NASA has the same basic Human Resources requirements for hiring and developing employees as does American Express. British Telecom has the same Customer Satisfaction Survey process as Brooklyn Union Gas. These processes, albeit from different industries, are all common and can be benchmarked very effectively. It's called "getting out of the box".

More details for BenchMarking: http://www.benchnet.com/wib.htm

Baseline testing use the information collected to made the change in the application to improve performance and capabilities of the application whereas benchmark information where our application stands with respect to others.

Baseline compares present performance of application with its own previous performance where as benchmark compares our application performance with other companies application's performance.

Refer http://qtpbook.com/software-testing/


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