the leading open source

test case management system

  • Transform the testing process within your team
  • Be more organized, transparent & accountable
  • Boost engineering productivity & participation
  • 10+ years of history
  • GPL 2 licensed

Test case management system, with lots of great features, such as workflow wizards, automation plugins, 3rd party integrations, release reports and external API.

Everyday testing
Use the dashboard to see pending work. Execute tests, mark results and report bugs.
Test management
Create test plans and cases, track progress and assign work across multiple teams. Perform peer reviews.
Process organization
Workflow wizards guide you through requirements gathering, user story definition and test planning.
See who's doing what and provide status report to stakeholders before release. Centralize your acceptance books!
Integrated bug reporting with Bugzilla, JIRA, GitHub and GitLab. Planned system integration with Trello and GitHub.
Test runner plugins
Use Kiwi TCMS plugins for TAP, JUnit, TestNG, py.test and other popular test runners to collect automation results!
External API
Provides full access so you can get creative. Available via JSON and XML RPC with API client in Python.
Performance baseline at 7.5 req/sec or 130 msec/req which is comparable to giants like GitHub!
Django 2 & Python 3
Running the latest version of Django 2.x on Python 3.6!
User interface based on the great Patternfly library!
Based on the latest CentOS Docker image and easy to start with docker compose.
We've got hundreds of tests running in Travis CI and collected in Kiwi TCMS!

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See what people who use Kiwi TCMS think!

If you're a test and QA engineer, Kiwi TCMS is a gem open source TCMS for your team. IEEE 829 compatible, free and open source, great folks behind the project.

Marko Kažić, CEO, Zamphyr

We're using Kiwi TCMS to organize all of our testing. It is used by our QA team to document test scenarios and provide peer review to other test engineers.

Maxim Krizhanovsky, VP Engineering,

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