Benefits of our Quality Assurance services:
Including a QA engineer in your software development team will raise your product or service to a world-class level and give you the edge over your competitors.
Quality Assurance services:
Detect and fix issues early in your software development project. Selleo delivers a wide range of software Quality Assurance services while keeping customer satisfaction at its core. Our flexible offer allows you to adapt to the requirements of the most complex projects.
We analyse business requirements in order to avoid costly mistakes made at the planning stage and carefully verify all the stated requirements.
Every developed feature is manually tested and verified in term of those requirements, integration with the rest of the application and usability.
The existing modules are consequently tested automatically, which saves time during later regression testing.
We aim to constantly improve processes through verification of efficiency of established procedures, schemes and workflows. In case there is some room for improvement, we act accordingly.
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How does Quality Assessment support your software process?
Being a part of your team, QA engineers should be involved in the product development process - right from the very beginning. They will identify risks, collect and adjust requirements by analyzing customers’ briefs. In a perfect world example, a QA Engineer contributes a crucial part in the entire Software Development Life Cycle. An SDLC testing cycle is a frequency within which QA Engineers conduct five test stages – that is, each sprint.
The first step for the QA engineer is to determine the approach. During this step, QA gathers specifications of the project and decides which further points of the plan will be done depending on the project needs and budget. This also means verifying, on the regular basis, if the approach meets the current needs.
Next, the QA verifies business requirements and makes sure that none of the features excludes the other ones. The specialist needs to specify all the details needed, clarify any ambiguities and point out potentially vulnerable areas.
Then comes the time for test scenarios in Gherkin - meaning turning acceptance criteria into test cases and planning critical paths to test.
Diligent testing of features and fixes is the step where the QA goes through written test scenarios, performs regression testing (verifying if existing modules are not affected by the new feature) and system integration testing (finding out if the new feature interacts with existing modules as expected). The last part is to conduct exploratory testing meaning testing with no plan, based mostly on experience and intuition.
The QA uses the test scenarios written before while any further regression testing is narrowed down to running automated tests in Cypress.