Quality is our paramount parameter when it comes to project delivery. We make sure our product quality is in par with our three fundamentals of project development – Scope, Time and Cost.
We test each component (unit) of the project when it is being implemented in source code. We apply white box testing techniques that involve specific paths in control structure to ensure maximum detection of errors.
We perform integration testing when we face dual issues: between design and construction or verification and construction.
Validation is similar to a grade certificate that states that the end product qualifies all the objectives established for software functions, behaviour, and performance during software analysis and conceptualisation.
System testing involves evaluation of overall system performance, where all the elements of the project as a whole are tested to see if they coincide and correlate effectively.
System testing quality assurance involves the following sub modules:
The functions of software are evaluated to see that they perform as per design speculations.
Regression testing ensures that software performance is steady even in changing environments. This helps us to ascertain the scalability and reliability of software.
Negative or exceptional testing involves voluntary inclusions of errors in to the system to check if the system functions perfectly in unusual circumstances.
Performance testing involves overseeing the run time of the software in preferred environment.
The test helps us to validate that our developed software runs smoothly in different platforms and browsers such as Operating Systems, Web servers, Application Servers and Database servers.
This testing allows us to determine if our developed software is user friendly and easy to navigate.
Every software requires an efficient Installer. We make sure the installer is active, and effectively links our developed project.