Why do you need Software Testing? In a perfect world, applications and websites would be bug-free and their coding would be impeccable. However, this is not a perfect world and there is not such a thing as “bug-free” coding. Even the most experienced developers are humans and therefore make mistakes. That’s where software testing comes into the picture. It can guarantee you that your software runs smoothly, is secure, loads fast, performs as expected and provides your end-users with the user experience you want them to have.
Software testing is our thing.
We’ve been in the software testing business for quite a long time and we have successfully completed many testing projects for banks, telcos, insurance companies etc. Our team of experts has the experience and know-how to provide you with cost-efficient and quick solutions for Performance and Functional Testing utilizing both open source and Hewlett Packard’s testing tools. Additionally, we’ve been awarded as HP BTO Partners for two consecutive years (2008 – 2009).
Utilizing the appropriate tools, our experts define the performance test scope; they set realistic performance goals such as server response and render response time, performance requirements etc, in order to create a test plan. Agents that run on the server report transaction times, database access times, network overhead and other metrics to demonstrate if the system meets performance criteria; Additionally, they pinpoint which parts of the system or workload cause the system to perform badly. In result, your software or any other system will run smoothly, with improved scalability, increasing customer satisfaction.
We use one of the best testing and software control platforms of the market (Hewlett Packard ALM, Hewlett Packard Functional Testing). These tools ensure – at the earliest possible stage – that the applications that you’re developing will be bug-free and will withstand the workload and the data volume.
Among others we support:
- Testing Team flow and procedure organization
- definition and gathering of requirements
- matching of requirements with test scenarios
- execution of test scenarios with simultaneous recording of data files and parameters
- bug tracking and monitoring of their resolution through integrated workflows
- manual and automated testing
So, do not live by the myth that Software testing is an optional procedure. Be proactive, discuss with our experts your testing needs and they will help you choose the right tools (whether open source or HP’s), regardless of the scale of your project.
As Aristotle once said, “Quality in not an act, it is a habit”…