Quality Assurance needs to become a fundamental part of the development and change process.
Structured approach for both sprint-based and classic way of working
Expertise in test methodology of ISTQB-certified Test Engineers
Four-eyes principle helping to detect errors coming from blind spots
A fresh approach encouraging and motivating your internal staff
Organized way of working
In many enterprises, it is not uncommon that developers are responsible for the testing process. While we believe that they can significantly increase quality when taking care of unit or functional tests, we are aware of the downsides of developers having too extensive role in testing. Studies show that over time they begin to lose motivation to keep up with the testing tasks. As a result, the testing portfolio’s quality suffers.
So how to make sure that your software errors are not being overlooked? As simple as it may sound, taking on board an experienced Test Engineer can increase your project success massively.
Here is what we bring to the table:
When it comes to packaged applications like SAP, people responsible for their testing are usually business process experts with extensive knowledge of their business units’ operations.
As the frequency of software updates is dramatically increasing, it’s becoming more difficult to involve these valuable professionals into testing since this takes their focus from the core business activities. This doesn’t have to be a problem anymore.
Contact us and learn how our engineers can help your teams into immense efficiency & quality gains while allowing your business professionals focus on their area of expertise.
Get in touch and see how our Test Engineers can enhance quality of your testing practices!
A dedicated professional or a team of certified engineers will take charge and help you achieve the results you need.
From yearly releases, we have moved towards sprint releases or even more frequent ones every time a new functionality is built. Such a significant shift calls for a fundamental change of the testing processes.
It’s not possible to continue testing the same way with the only difference of executing your tests more frequently.