QA & Testing
Software testing at every step of the development process.
We guarantee the quality of the final product!
We are specialized in production quality assurance using special control methods.
We undertake the analysis and efficient organization of the product development process.
We guarantee the delivery of fully functional and reliable software that fully meets your needs.
In every step of the development process we segment the project to independent, isolated parts called units and we test each of for proper operation in compartmentalized environments.
Testing every bit of your application has proven a very necessary process to ensure that your end product will be valued as reliable software by your clients. QA ensures that bugs or complex procedures are eliminated before the product reach your clients.
We always establish the most important QA KPIs and keep you informed about their status that you can track our progress with the testing tasks and check if our intermediate results align with your goals.
Our testers create usage scenarios and potential misuse of product. Every scenario is tested comprehensively to ensure that any software speed issues or hardware conflicts reach your clients.
MAINTENANCE & SUPPORT
QA doesn’t end when the product reaches production environment. Our support contracts have services related to QA on “live” products includes testing of potential updates, testing potential upgrades and scalability potential.
Quality Assurance & ISO 25010
ISO 25010, titled “Systems and software engineering – Systems and software Quality Requirements and Evaluation (SQuaRE) – System and software quality models”, is a software quality standard. It describes the models, consisting of characteristics and sub-characteristics, for both software product quality, and software quality in use together with practical guidance on the use of the quality models.
- Functional Suitability
- Performance Efficiency
Functional Suitability refers to how well a product or system is able to provide functions that meet the stated and implied needs.
- Functional Completeness: Refers to the set of functions that covers all of the specified tasks and user objectives.
- Functional Correctness: Refers to how well a product or system provides the correct results with the needed degree of precision.
- Functional Appropriateness: Refers to how well functions are able to accomplish specified tasks and objectives.
Reliability refers to how well a system, product, or component performs specified functions under specified conditions.
- Maturity: Refers to how well a system, product, or component is able to meet your needs for reliability.
- Availability: Refers to whether a system, product, or component is operational and accessible.
- Fault Tolerance: Refers to how well a system, product, or component operates despite hardware and/or software faults.
- Recoverability: Refers to how well a product or system can recover data in the event of an interruption or failure.
Performance Efficiency refers to the performance related to the amount of resources used.
- Time Behavior: Refers to the response and processing times, and throughput rates of a product or system while it’s performing its functions.
- Resource Utilization: Refers to the amounts and types of resources used by a product or system while performing its functions.
- Capacity: Refers to the maximum limits of a product or system parameter.
Usability refers to how well a product or system can be used to achieve specified goals effectively, efficiently, and satisfactorily.
- Appropriateness Recognizability: Refers to how well you can recognize whether a product or system is appropriate for your needs.
- Learnability: Refers to how easy it is to learn how to use a product or system.
- Operability: Refers to whether a product or system has attributes that make it easy to operate and control.
- User Error Protection: Refers to how well a system protects users against making errors.
- User Interface Aesthetics: Refers to whether a user interface is pleasing.
- Accessibility: Refers to how well a product or system can be used with the widest range of characteristics and capabilities.
Security refers to how well a product or system protects information and data from security vulnerabilities.
- Confidentiality: Refers to how well a product or system is able to ensure that data is only accessible to those who have authorized access.
- Integrity: Refers to how well a system, product, or component is able to prevent unauthorized access and modification to computer programs and/or data.
- Non-repudiation: Refers to how well actions or events can be proven to have taken place.
- Accountability: Refers to the actions of an unauthorized user can be traced back to them.
- Authenticity: Refers to how well the identity of a subject or resource can be proved.
Compatibility refers to how well a product, system, or component can exchange information as well as perform its required functions while sharing the same hardware or software environment.
- Co-existence: Refers to how well a product can perform its required functions efficiently while sharing a common environment and resources with products, without negatively impacting any other product.
- Interoperability: Refers to how well two or more systems, products, or components are able to exchange information and use that information.
Maintainability refers to how well a product or system can be modified to improve, correct, or adapt to changes in the environment as well as requirements.
- Modularity: Refers to whether the components of a system or program can be changed with minimal impact on the other components.
- Reusability: Refers to how well an asset can be used in more than one system.
- Analysability: Refers to the effectiveness of an impact assessment on intended changes. In addition, it also refers to the diagnosis of deficiencies or causes of failures, or to identify parts to be modified.
- Modifiability: Refers to how well a product or system can be modified without introducing defects or degrading existing product quality.
- Testability: Refers to how effective the test criteria is for a system, product, or component. In addition, it also refers to the tests that can be performed to determine whether the test criteria has been met.
Portability refers to how well a system, product, or component can be transferred from one environment to another.
- Adaptability: Refers to how well a product or system can be adapted for different or evolving hardware, software, or other usage environments.
- Installability: Refers to how successfully a product or system can be installed and/or uninstalled.
- Replaceability: Refers to how well a product can replace another comparable product.