The first day of the testing engagement is usually used to go through the software application, understand the business case, review existing documentation, log a few bugs, and create an effort estimate to assess the magnitude of effort and cost that should be budgeted to test your software product effectively. No software product is the same built, this is the best option to make sure you have clear visibility into the continued testing effort.
They have ensured that each phase of design and development phase has gone as planned. When your delivery date is approaching, there is a lot of excitement built up with your stakeholders to demo the end product. But the stakeholders and users find more defects than anticipated making the product schedule and your reputation at risk. You know your timelines cannot be met and your budget is now set to grow beyond your control.
QA Lab helps you avoid the expense and risk of finding defects late in software development cycle by offering you a predictability of time, cost and quality of deliverables.
Often, software development managers under-estimate the testing effort or have to reduce the efforts around testing due to budget constraints and due to pressure from the senior managers to meet unrealistic timelines. The true value of testing is realized only when unexpected bugs are uncovered at the end of your development cycle.
In order to overcome quality risks, quality has to be planned within your production cycle. Having the right team and in-house testing resources can be costly.
QA Lab’s on demand software testing teams bring in maturity and a structured approach to the testing process, which manages quality from the beginning of the software development lifecycle and systematically builds quality and defect-free code at every stage or sprints towards product release.
QA Lab leverages testing best practices, the latest testing technology and process methodology including both automated and manual testing to further optimize the software development processes, minimizing risk, cost, time and improving overall quality of deliverables.