Good QA does a far better job than good PR in keeping your cybersecurity company out of the headlines. Behind every news story about a data breach or high-profile hack is a vulnerable product that should have been strengthened during the QA process. A good PR machine can try to spin your public disaster into a promise for improvement and the strictest future standards. It is far better, however, to not stretch your customer’s faith in the first place.
Today, technology is helping to close the physical gaps between distributed teams. Thanks to the cloud, people are able to access the same information from wherever they are, across all of their devices. Edits and updates are synced automatically, and everyone sees the same record of truth, resulting in a greater degree of insight and transparency.
Automated quality assurance (QA) testing is a rigorous, thorough process that can help spot defects better than manual testing alone. Automated tools offer higher-quality testing, can expand your QA coverage, and can help you release software faster. If you have released software only to have customers report many bugs, consider automated QA testing. It can make your future releases better by ensuring software runs correctly, efficiently, and effectively before release.
If you develop software for the healthcare industry, you know nothing means more to your clients than healing patients. Your clients’ work is meaningful, and building software that helps them deliver better healthcare outcomes is important work.
What if you could deliver software that lets users serve more patients, faster?
The existence of both manual and automation testing gives the illusion of choice.
Technically, you can view them as interchangeable, that one is the faster version of the other. Once you understand how each QA testing approach operates, its strengths and weaknesses, you find there is no choice. Instead, the idea is to know when to apply them, not if you should choose one over the other.
The IT industry is always in flux—reshaping and reinventing itself as technology becomes faster, more powerful, and more intuitive. Because progress doesn’t slow for anyone, product companies and their engineering teams need to be quick to respond; to match the tempo of the IT world. As money movement and global commerce becomes increasingly digital, finance product companies have become adept at keeping pace with the IT landscape.
Salesforce is taking over the digital ecosystem by storm. Regarded as one of the best cloud-based CRM systems available in the market, the platform is relatively mature –with almost 50 thousand customers in the US and many leading brands such as Amazon and FedEx in its bucket. QA and testing play a crucial role in any software development cycle, and SFDC is no exception.
Software development is a challenge that can be thrilling and frustrating at the same time. Sometimes it feels like a series of barriers stand between you and your product’s release. While finding errors in your software can feel demoralizing, it is really a good thing. If you can find bugs and errors before your product is released to the public, you can fix them. If your software is full of errors when it is released, the public may think you have released it prematurely. And all the patches in the world cannot help a company fix a bad reputation.