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Testing is about thinking like a customer

By March 15, 2019July 8th, 2019Blog

You can buy the best tennis equipment ever, but that does not mean the next day you’ll play tennis like a pro. Software testing is no different: it won’t deliver impeccable results unless you know who, how, what and when to use it.

To deliver high-quality software development proper testing is required. This is a software development process in which business-critical software is scrutinized for quality, accuracy, and performance. Software testing is used to ensure that expected product features run correctly as intended.

Methodology, either Agile or classical, is designed to prevent faults from occurring, thereby producing higher quality software, reducing costs, increasing speed to market, and improving end-user satisfaction.

This is how software testing is implemented

Manual software testing – also called black box testing.

Done in person, the tester manually executes tests without using any automation tools. Playing the role of the end-user, the tester interacts with the software or clicks through the application, testing the functional and non-functional behavior. It requires a certain mindset, patience, creativity and an open-mind.

Black box means, that the tester does not have knowledge about the code. Basically, the tester verifies the input and output, not knowing what happens in between. The scope of the manual tester is to break the software and understand how it should respond to various scenarios. An expected result of the scenarios is being set, helping the testers identifying bugs and report them.

Automated software testing – also called white box testing.

Performed by a machine or using different tools that execute a test script, automated testing represents the methodology where testers know about the code and the structure of the application. Automated software testing is critical for continuous delivery and continuous testing. It searches in memory contents, data tables, file contents, and internal program states of an application and determines if the product is behaving as expected.

Nearshore-Romania is about software development and IT outsourcing services delivered by an enthusiastic team of specialists based on criteria of quality, time and budget.

Nearshore Romania provides full range of testing and software QA services at all and any level of a project. Our powerful testing services are supported by a vast QA expertise, efficient strategy delivered by our ISTQB qualified testers. We use our innovative tracking tools to deliver high-quality products and applications. The results are translated into reduced time-to-market, decreased operating and warranty costs, diminished management risks.

Here’s how we do it:

  • QA engineers ensure software quality across all groups and all software projects within each group
  • QA experts formulate a long-term QA strategy based on an analysis of objectives, laying down the software quality roadmap
  • All testing processes are realized and tracked on the basis of well-documented, detailed test plans, which are estimated to the level of the task
  • For tracking we can use our internal tracking tools – with full web access for customers on their projects or installed tracking solution at our customer’s site

Our software testing experts work directly with your team to develop a flow that accelerates the development while providing valuable feedback and dedicated support.

To consolidate your business position in the market the service’s performance should be exceptional and long-lasting. This kind of certainty can only be achieved by proper testing methods delivered to you by Nearshore Romania.

Take a closer look and see how we reduced post deployment issues with 94% for one of our customers. The result is translated in increased satisfaction level meaning that a great flight booking app became even better. Read here our success story.

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