The cornerstone of our software quality assurance is full life cycle software testing services. These services cover the entire software development process and future testing services to ensure the software is stable and that it meets your business requirements.
There are several types of testing we conduct, including functional testing, stress/performance testing, mobile testing, and non-functional testing.
Functional testing refers to checking whether the software is performing in accordance with all functional and business requirements you’ve set. The testing process continuously examines all the features in the software and rates their performance.
When any new features, bug fixes, and other changes are added to the software, we turn to regression testing to see if the software is working well with these changes. Another ‘weapon’ in our testing arsenal is cross-browser testing which checks if the web application software we built for you is compatible with multiple browsers.
When conducting stress testing, we put the system under considerable loads to make it crash and make sure it can regain its stability once it recovers. Through further performance tests, we get an insight into the system’s parameters when it comes to responsiveness and stability under different levels of workload. This way, we measure key attributes, including scalability, the usage of resources, and how reliable the software is overall.
When load testing is performed, the system software is loaded by both normal and peak loads to identify the maximum operating capacity of the application and determine the bottlenecks of the system, thus determining what causes the reduction in productivity.
The mobile app’s functionality is tested by running the app on different software and hardware devices to see what the optimal configuration with which the app can run smoothly and without bugs is.
Naturally, mobile adaptation testing is performed first to confirm the application is suitable for mobile devices. Also, we make sure that the entire installation process runs smoothly and we see all system upgrades through.
Not all testing methods are closely connected with the software performance and functions. With non-functional testing, we make sure that all the documentation is in order and compliant with all specified requirements and devoid of ambiguity and inaccuracies.
What is also tested is the usability and UX experience, with the aim of creating an intuitive software solution. Another testing model is the graphical user interface (GUI) testing, where we check on-screen controls like the menus, different buttons, dialogue boxes, etc.
GDPR Compliance Ensured
For our software quality management, it is imperative to offer help when it comes to the collection and processing of personal data of EU residents, so that, ultimately, the software is functioning in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Our offer includes GDPR services in terms of all data management, data storage, and other technical issues.