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The more time you spend in QA, the better and more functional the end-product will be!
Quality assurance increases product consistency, efficiency and productivity. It creates the difference between good and great software, and it is what makes your product superior over your competitors’ software. It goes beyond finding bugs and sending error reports. It’s about ensuring the implementation of processes, procedures and standards, in context of verification of developed software and intended requirements are respected and followed.
Having this in mind, we offer a variety of software quality assurance services to measure the quality of the product, and quality control services to ensure that products and services meet customer expectations. Our end goal is to make sure that your software, web and mobile products function according to your requirements and specifications and satisfy market demand.
Processes and Procedures Testing for Flawless Performance
Starting from test planning, requirements definition and verification, and defect management and coverage analysis, we go through all phases and processes together with our clients. Our goal is to define and create a set of the quality assurance and quality control activities that best suit the needs, scale and context of our clients’ products.
Working closely with our clients and developing a detailed test plan ensures that we can execute a deep analysis of project technologies, size, resources, time- frame, and cost availability. We go thought all processes and procedures together with the clients, discuss identified weak points and issues, and propose and apply solutions that make the products operate flawlessly.
Our experts have extensive experience and knowledge using a wide variety of tools and perform data-driven testing. We are adaptable to both agile and waterfall software projects, which allow us to work with clients of all shapes and sizes, and ensure a rapid return on investment for our clients.
How we do it:
This testing method is performed by using a program, without human intervention. There are many advantages of automated testing, including reducing costs and time for test execution, and improving the accuracy of test, and enabling them to run more frequently.
This is a process where QA engineers run tests manually, and compare software expectations with actual performance to identify any bugs or bigger defects. Manual testing means using the software like the end-user would, and then determining whether it performs appropriately.
The focus of functional testing is checking whether the software meets the desired specifications and the functional requirements stated in the development documentation. The goal is to prove if the software aligns with the client’s business idea, providing a smooth user experience.
After changing the software, including making enhancements, patches, configuration changes, etc., we advise performing regression testing to verify that the previously developed software still performs the same way, and that the alterations are not in conflict and causing bugs with the previous release.
Developing software that remains stable under stressful conditions e.g. simultaneous uploads, high traffic volume, and heavy usage, is very important. It is exactly what performance testing is doing – checking how the software performs when facing with numerous queries and finding its breaking points.
The consistency of the software with certain hardware and software, operating system and network environments should also be checked. Compatibility testing is a type of non-functional testing, and it is used to ensure that the software properly operates when used in different environments.
Mobile and Device Testing
Testing whether the software works properly on different (mobile) devices and different screen sizes is very important because despite of what kind of device the users use to access your software, it should be fully functional, offer all the same functionalities, and the same or similar experience.
User Interface Testing
The software should meet the users’ requirements and offer an intuitive and clear interface. The goal of UI testing is to make sure users can understand the system, and where necessary get additional signs, prompts and explanatory messages that will guide them through.
Every software is made up of different components. Before integrating them all together, it’s important to perform a unit testing based on local testing of specific components of the source code in order to ensure correct behavior and identifying potential conflicts during integration.Backend Testing
The data entered in the front end of the software is stored in the backend of the software and it is used to support the content of the page. Before creating the front end, a backend testing is required to ensure the server side and database processes run correctly, and can store and retrieve the data correctly.