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Quality Analysis & Testing

In developing products and services, quality assurance is any systematic process of checking to see whether a product or service being developed is meeting specified requirements. Many companies have a separate department devoted to quality assurance. A quality assurance system is said to increase customer confidence and a company’s credibility, to improve work processes and efficiency, and to enable a company to better compete with others. Quality assurance was initially introduced in World War II when munitions were inspected and tested for defects after they were made. Today’s quality assurance systems emphasize catching defects before they get into the final product.

Our Process

Research

We analyze the business needs of the client and actual testing requirements.

Strategizing

We define the scope of the project, commit resources, and estimate the budget.

Execution

Our experienced QA Engineers play a major part during this stage.

OUR SERVICES

Manual Testing

Manual Testing

Fuctional & Regression, Browser Compatibility, Database, Sanity, GUI

Performance Testing

Performance Testing

Performance Assessment, Volume Testing, Stress Testing, Load Testing

Test Automation

Test Automation

Data Validation, ROI Analysis, Smoke/ Regression, Test Lifecycle Automation

Mobile Testing

Mobile Testing

Performance/ Load, User Experience, Compatibility, Localization, Functional

Software Test Strategy

Unit tests validate the smallest components of the system, ensuring they handle known input and outputs correctly. Unit test individual classes in your application to verify they work under expected, boundary, and negative cases.

 

Integration tests exercise an entire subsystem and ensure that a set of components play nicely together. Functional tests verify end-to-end scenarios that your users will engage in.

 

Functional tests tend to be slower to run, so use unit tests at compile time as your sanity-check. And when an integration test fails, it pin-points the bug’s location better than functional tests, making it faster for developers to diagnose and fix. A healthy strategy requires tests at all levels of the technology stack to ensure each part, as well as the system as a whole, works correctly.