Integration testing ensures that all your components work together seamlessly within your app before deployment. And when paired with continuous integration, your software product is destined to win the championship.
In the insurance industry, there’s no “business as usual.” Regulations, processes, procedures and compliance qualifications, consistently change which impact how professionals need their technology solutions to respond to industry demands.
Complex software requires robust testing, and insurance applications are no exception. As these systems upgrade their technology platforms, digital user experience and performance capabilities, it takes a skilled QA team to provide excellent quality assurance.
To succeed in today’s world, a business must provide top-notch and consistent customer support. After all, a brand that invests in its consumers experiences high levels of customer retention, positive reviews and a spike in referrals.
Just like any industry, software end users demand high customer support. So, the question is: does your team deliver excellent service to your customers - or do your processes hold you back?
One step forward, two steps back. That’s what you can expect when your QA strategy doesn’t include software regression testing.
The reason why is simple. Consumers like changes and upgrades to their favorite software products, but they also like consistency. In their eyes, advancement is a nice-to-have, but the ability to interact with your application easily is a must.
Today’s customers demand a great user experience and the guaranteed security of their data. They're also impatient and expect new products and updates to be available quickly. To satisfy these requirements, software companies are looking for ways to speed up and scale their software delivery while maintaining their quality. This infographic outlines the best way to manage continuous integration testing and collaboration.
You may not realize it, but you have all the answers to find the right software testing tools right there in front of you. Even if you are unfamiliar with the names of the dozens of automation and manual testing tools currently available, you already have the necessary knowledge to select the best testing tool for your product and team members.
That is because you and your team know your product better than anyone else, which is the first and most important step when selecting a software testing tool. Every project is different, every test environment is unique and every development team has its own strengths and preferences.