QUALITY ASSURANCE AND TESTING
WHAT WE DO
Quality Assurance and Testing
Experience spans from the old mainframe systems to current mobile operating environments, from classic waterfall to modern lean/iterative /agile environments to assure quality and working seamlessly within each client’s unique systems engineering life cycle.
Web Applications Testing
Ensure cross-browser compatibility, performance under planned and stress load, data security requirements and compliance with industry-specific standards (HIPAA, GAMP, PCI DSS, etc.).
Mobile applications Testing
Provide expertise in efficiently managing mobile testing specifics implied by target OSs, their versions, and device fragmentation, mobile interruptions, integrations with built-in security measures
Provide multi-dimensional approach to application testing and deliver a balanced testing services appropriate for the application with regard to its nature and specifics.
Multiple Testing Services
Expertise in providing different testing services include: Functional Software Testing, Performance Testing, Load Testing, Regression Testing, Security Testing, Compliance Testing (Section 508, etc.), User Acceptance Testing (UAT), System Acceptance Testing, Benchmarking and Volume/Stress Testing, Unit Testing, Integration End-to-End Testing, Structural Testing.
Designing Independent Tests for enhanced debuggability
Refrain using thread.sleep() to speed up Testing
Programmers should not write Tests and breaking tests into fractions
Using Test design patterns and shared libraries to reduce code duplication
Gather continuous feedback to stay up-to-date with the project tasks
Our Project Managers and Project Leads enforce continuous feedback that ensures team members have no blockers and get all the information needed to do their jobs on a timely basis. From the development perspective, this entails that the team is alerted to any pipeline failures immediately. It also means that clear, thorough code test results are made available to the developers as quickly as possible. From the product management perspective, the team is made aware of any production failures or performance deficiencies, or bugs.