We provide both manual and automation Quality Assurance (QA) through Selenium automation tool. SABsoftzone’s Testing Services help you to improve the quality, reliability and performance of your IT systems.
We help our clients worldwide to plan their test investments and manage critical testing processes to reduce the total cost of producing quality software.
SABsoftzone has expertise in various domain like Banking & Financial Services, e-commerce, Game testing, mobile Application (iPhone+ Android) testing, language translation.
Our experts with their vast experience of software testing tools and sophisticated techniques can help detect and avoid these defects at the earliest possible stage.
We work around an agile development methodology that embraces iterations throughout Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) to ensure quality under developed application.
SABsoftzone Testing Methodology is well structured and easily adaptable. It starts testing early in the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) to identify defects at the outset to reduce the total cost of software.
HERE IS OUR METHODOLOGY AROUND QA:
System Study: During the System Study phase, Used to know about the client businesses like Banking/Finance/Insurance/Telecom/Manufacturing/Real-estates/Products etc… Test Planning: Test Planning, Test analysis and Test design is done in this phase. Test team reviews design documents and prepares the test plan.
Test Development: This phase involves creation, verification and rework of test cases & test scripts. Test data, is identified/created and is reviewed and then reworked as well.
Test Execution: During this phase test team will carry out the testing based on the test plans and the test cases prepared. Bugs will be reported back to the development team for correction and retesting will be performed.
Test Reporting and Maintenance: Testing team will meet, discuss and analyze testing artifacts to identify strategies that have to be implemented in future, taking lessons from the current test cycle. The idea is to remove the process bottlenecks for future test cycles and share best practices for any similar projects in future.