DevOps does more than enhance your product’s visibility and compliance - it creates a culture of trust and certitude among Dev and QA teams.
You cannot overstate the importance of speed to market in your business these days. With the pace at which digital technology is advancing, you have to do what it takes to stay ahead in the game. Never has the first mover advantage been so critical.
Your customers are the true market makers. They continuously contribute to reshaping your industry and influencing the competitive environment.
Your success highly depends on your time-to-market and how well you respond to your customer's demands. Employing DevOps can enable you to speed up your product delivery and improve the overall customer experience - so you can stay ahead of your competition.
Thanks to artificial intelligence, impossible ideas of the past have become the reality of today. With AI, we have discovered more about the greatness of outer space as well as the micro-complexity of diseases and the possibilities for more value remain endless. In everyday life, we interact with AI when talking to our smartphones, shopping online and streaming our favorite TV shows and songs.
So, it should be no surprise that software QA is quickly shifting towards integrating AI in QA testing. In fact, the AI industry is rapidly growing year after year and predicted to be one of the biggest software testing trends of this year.
Workflow automation is the process of automating the flow of data in business operations, reducing overall costs and human efforts. Automating workflows is beneficial for software companies in many industries, but there are certain business operations that must be considered when testing automated workflows for legal applications.
Product businesses today need to stand up to the agility and scale in order to keep up with the demands of its users. This calls for unmatched quality assurance, reduced time-to-market, and reliability - something the traditional QA process may not deliver. Eventually, the creation of a Testing Center of Excellence (TCoE) represents your commitment to quality.
For all our metrics, test plans, Agile approaches and strict industry standards, the end goal of every software development project is the same: happy customers. The user experience is our definition of success.
The designing, planning, testing and re-development that goes into an application is all there to make sure that the end user can solve their problem using our product. The challenge is to keep this goal in mind every step along the SDLC.
Do not fail because you failed to ask for help.
We all know the failure rates among startups are high. Very high. Some estimations put the failure rate at as much as 90%, which could be as many as 120,000 companies a day.
What is most concerning about those failures is how frequently they are attributed to inexperience. That might be domain inexperience, capitalization inexperience or product testing inexperience.