Confidently deliver software faster with a talented team of testers and robust QA processes
Why should you outsource software testing?
Assigning development and testing to two different teams has many benefits. You get an unbiased objective evaluation of your application. By outsourcing the quality assurance, the time of defect detection decreases, making the process much faster.
QA testing services
Automation Testing Services
Agile automated testing using tools like Jenkins, Selenium, and Appium so that customers can minimize maintenance effort and costs.
Mobile Application Testing Services
Core focus of our Mobile Apps Testing services is to help companies deliver features faster and improve experiences to their mobile users.
Manual and Functional Testing Services
Testing applications from the end-users’ perspective significantly improves the software’s experience, usability, and critical defects.
Software Security Testing Services
Identify and resolve security vulnerabilities in your system. We make sure that the system’s data is protected.
DevOps (CI CD) and Agile Services
Use the latest continuous integration and continuous delivery tools to optimize your infrastructure and deploy in a matter of minutes, not hours.
Performance Testing Services
Achieve optimum stability, responsiveness, and scalability in your applications with our Full-cycle performance testing services.
Benefits of working
We integrate Agile methodology in our QA process. It is a continuous process rather than being sequential in which the development is aligned with customer requirements. The testing begins at the start of the project and there is an ongoing collaboration between testing and development.
User story evaluation
The testing team works closely to understand your requirements. They follow the prioritized requirement practice: With each iteration, the team takes the most essential requirements remaining from the work stack to test on.
Create a test plan
A detailed test plan is created that describes the scope of testing for the sprint.
It contains – systems and configurations that need to be tested, non-functional requirements like code quality, test approach—traditional, exploratory, automation—or a mix, documentation to refer, test environment requirements and setup, etc.
Designing test cases
The QA team writes test cases according to the test plan and unites them into a test case document. For each test case, we specify its objective, the initial state of the software, the input sequence and the expected outcome.
It is a three-step process:
- Identify test conditions
- Design test cases – determine ‘how’ test conditions are to be exercised;
- Build test cases – implementation of the test cases (scripts, data, etc.).
Here, unit and integration tests are built. Unit testing helps check correctness for individual units of code. When a software test case covers more than one unit, it is considered an integration test.
During unit testing, production code functions are executed in a test environment with simulated input. The output of the function is then compared against expected output for that input.
Execute all of the test cases
Executing all the test cases can be done either manually or with automation tools. The order in which the test cases are executed is critical here. The most important test cases are executed first.
It is common practice to schedule integration tests just after delivery sprints. We run a System Integration Test, focusing on how the app components work. So while app-specific bugs will primarily be reported during the sprints, functional end-to-end bugs will crop up during the integration test.
Manual & exploratory testing
Testers are assigned loosely defined tasks to complete in the software. This means you can learn a lot about the way people use your product in the wild.
Testers identify the functionality of an application by exploring the application. The testers try to learn the application, and design & execute the test plans according to their findings.
You get a test summary report describing the testing results. This activity has the purpose of checking the results against the completion criteria specified in the test plan. Let’s look at the components of exit criteria in general:
– 100% requirements coverage
– The minimum pass rate percentage
– All critical defects to be fixed
Continuous delivery leverages all of the above testings to create a seamless pipeline that automatically delivers completed code tasks. If the code passes the testing, It will be automatically merged and deployed to production. If however, the code fails the tests. The code will be rejected and the developer automatically notified of steps to correct.
If however, the code fails the tests. The code will be rejected and the developer automatically notified of steps to correct.