QA testers rely on test cases that are both detailed and easy to follow to accomplish application testing successfully. Take advantage of use cases when creating QA test cases. Save time and effort by leveraging use case scenarios as valuable test case input. Use Info-Tech's “Use Case and Test Case Matrix” to map test cases back to a specific use case (or cases) for tracking purposes. Including this step will ensure all use cases have test cases associated to them. If a use case is identified without corresponding test cases, create test cases and add them to the test documentation.