OUR SOFTWARE TESTING PRACTICE IS BUILT UPON THREE CORNERSTONES.
We begin the testing process by developing a comprehensive plan to test the general functionality and special features of the product on a variety of platform combinations. Strict quality control procedures are used.
The process verifies that the application meets the requirements specified in the system requirements document and is bug free.
At the end of each testing day, the team prepares a summary of completed and failed tests.
Our programmers address any identified issues, and then the application is resubmitted to the testing team until every item is resolved.
All changes and retesting are tracked through spreadsheets available to both the testing and programming teams. Applications are not allowed to launch until all identified problems are fixed.
A report is prepared at the end of testing to show exactly what was tested and to list the final outcomes.
Our software testing methodology is applied in three distinct phases:
Functionality and performance testing are designed to catch bugs in the system, unexpected results, or other systemic problem that fall short of state requirements. The testers create detailed scenarios to test the strength and limits of the system. Editorial reviews not only correct typographical and grammatical errors, but also improve the system’s overall usability by ensuring that on-screen language is clear and helpful to users. Accessibility reviews ensure that the system is accessible to users with disabilities.