Quality Assurance: On Guard Of Your Reputation

  • Quality Assurance

    The greatest profits are made when your customers are satisfied with the software they are using. If they are, they keep returning to purchase more of your company’s products, they leave positive reviews attracting more customers, and they bring their friends along by recommending them to use your product.
    If you want to keep your customers in the zone and you realize that no company can survive without regular customers, you need to make sure that your software lives up to the customers’ expectations and won’t irritate them by constantly crashing (who would want to use such software anyway?).
    This is where our company gets into the action as we are providing top quality assurance services which have not left a single client of ours dissatisfied.

What should you expect from us?

We employ top quality assurance engineers who constantly keep in touch with the software development team while they are looking for the best approaches and testing the software. Besides, you can rest assured that the development team will be regularly updated with the feedback on the QA  results.

We can review and test the software that is being developed from the very beginning on all stages of development processes, or test the product that has already been built by the development team by verifying that the product complies with your requirements and its specification.


What can we do for you?

Unit testing. We are ready to start testing the software at the individual module (object) level by testing the interaction of the code with memory and hard coding the dependencies into the code as the testing is in progress.

Integration testing. After unit tests are finished, it is necessary to test how those smaller units interoperate among themselves to reveal the faults in connections between them. This testing can be carried out by ‘top-down’ or ‘bottom-up’ approach.

Functional testing. These black-box tests are carried out to check whether the software functions the way it is supposed to be according to the requirement specifications. We test the core software functions, text input, installation and setup on localized machines, etc.

System testing. During these black-box tests, the system as a whole is tested to reveal bugs and errors by interfacing software and hardware components of the system and then testing it.

Regression testing. These are the tests that are carried out after patches are installed into the system to fix complex bugs. Their purpose is to retest all the modules of the software.

Smoke testing. A simple yet necessary functional testing which reveals any crashes that could happen after the software is installed and newer values are input.

Performance, load, stress testing. Performance tests are carried out to find out how the system operates under an increasing load of numbers of users or data volumes. Load testing is conducted to verify the system’s ability to operate at the specified response times when under the expected load. Stress testing is finding out whether there are failure points that appear when the load exceeds the one it can support.

UI/UX testing. User interface and user experience are key indicators of users’ satisfaction with the software, so testing these particular features is crucial. We can conduct these tests using black-box (without developer possessing the knowledge of the source code), white-box (with the knowledge of the logic and structure of the source code) or gray-box (with partial knowledge) method. This type of testing includes acceptance and usability testing. During this type of testing, the testers look for errors in the interface and check how easy it is to use the software for ordinary users. The usability indicator consists of five key factors: learnability, satisfaction, efficiency, errors, and memorability.

Cross-browser testing. If you have a web project, you are probably driven crazy by the variety of browsers (and devices!) your software needs to be compatible with. We test websites’ and web apps’ compatibility with all the popular browsers and devices to help you make sure that your product will be working for all users.

Security testing. In this case, the software is undergoing tests that check its authentication, confidentiality, availability, integrity, and non-repudiation in order to prevent unauthorized access to the source code.


Conclusion

We are dedicated to making sure your product will satisfy your customers’ needs. And we make it happen by testing reliability, efficiency, coding practices, program structure, flexibility and readability of the source code. Our work is client-oriented - we are always ready to comply with any of your requests and wishes regarding testing processes. We use up to the minute technologies to automate the testing process to the greatest possible extent, to reuse and streamline the testing process at any and all levels of development, saving up time, efforts and money without sacrificing the quality of the process. With our help, you can sleep tight without worrying about future user reviews!