Quality Assurance Testing Service offerings include overall quality planning, integrated testing, test plan, and methodology development, test script creation, and execution.
Startup product organizations have business challenges like unavailability of concrete product roadmap, extreme pace of product modification, short turnaround time of deliverables, releases, hotfixes, smaller team size, high burn down rate, modest engineering infrastructure. These have associated QA challenges like smaller QA cycles, subjectivity in product quality, lack of rich test data, lesser time for requirement analysis, and multiple parallel quality initiatives.
Quality Assurance Phases
- Initiation phase: Within this phase, QA engineers become acquainted with product requirements and prepare test artifacts for future tests.
- First review phase: The first detailed tests of the initial development deliverables are completed in this phase. Sometimes it is necessary to improve QA artifacts in this phase.
- Cycle phase: This phase involves the daily routine testing of the intermediate product versions.
- Control phase: Within this phase, the product is extensively examined to ensure it is ready for production. The QA documentation describes, in detail, all workflows inside and between all the phases, required artifacts, roles and activities involved, and defines the required artifact templates.
Quality Assurance Testing Service Tools and Technologies
Test Automation Tool
- HP (Mercury) QuickTest Professional; LoadRunner
- IBM (Rational) Functional Tester; Performance Tester
- Visual Studio Team Edition
- XLT (JAVA-based scripting)
Defect Tracking and Test Case Management Tool
- Atlassian JIRA
- IBM Rational ClearQuest
- HP Quality Center
- Team Foundation Server (TFS)
- MS Excel
What Quality Assurance Services We Offer
Discreet Soft offers Quality Assurance (QA) services to bring perfection to every project in which our company is engaged. To put it differently, this service provides various types of quality assurance testing for software, web, and mobile.
- Automated testing is performed by means of a program without human intervention. Our QA experts develop scripts that accelerate the process of testing, increase efficiency, and issue the notification in case of errors.
- Functional testing is used for checking whether the product meets the desired specifications and functional requirements stated in the development documentation. This will prove if the product aligns with your business idea and works as you had imagined it.
- Stress testing helps to determine the ability of the program or website to remain stable under stressful conditions, e.g., simultaneous uploads, high traffic volume, and peak usage.
- Usability testing involves actual users in testing the product. It provides important feedback about how well people can use the product or the system. This is critical in winning the client's approval and acceptance.
- Compatibility testing is used to check the consistency of tested products with certain hardware and software, operating systems and/or network environments.
- User interface testing is performed to ensure that the interface meets the requirements of the users and other elements of the tested product. Its aim is to make the product intuitively clear for users by means of various signs, prompts and explanatory messages that help to work with the system.
- Unit testing is based on local testing of specific components of the source code. It's a way to ensure their correct behavior before the system integration.
Our engineerings examine the maturity of your organization's QA function and assist you in enhancing the cost efficiency of QA efforts. Includes an evaluation of new tools and testing environments such as the cloud, software testing tools, the mobile environment, testing automation, and application performance issues. For effective Quality Assurance services, we use agile QA methodologies.