Expectations from your development cycle never slow down. Your team must deliver deployments faster and produce stronger product quality in order to remain competitive in the market and maintain relevance with consumers. But how can your team succeed when your resources are consistently constrained?
The good news is that your QA team can do more with less. When your team invests in software testing automation tools, you can expect to boost effectiveness, efficiency and test coverage within your testing process.
Both Agile and DevOps teams feel the pressure to quickly release products to market without sacrificing product quality. Fortunately, cloud based test automation tools enable IT teams to tackle these challenges successfully. In fact, many companies have streamlined QA processes, improved product security, accelerated information sharing and reduced cost - all with cloud based load testing tools.
With 31 billion IoT devices on the market today, it’s safe to say that the Internet of Things isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. From manufacturing and transportation to daily consumer life, IoT devices have integrated so seamlessly within our business and personal lives that it’s hard to imagine life without this technology.
QA Metrics have proven to be profoundly beneficial for QA and development teams. They help teams quantify their performance, progress, and quality of work. Our team of expert engineers have designed a checklist of metrics that will help you create an efficient and comprehensive QA process. These fundamentals QA metrics will give an insight into your process and how you should track them.
There’s a world of difference between “good” and “good enough.”
Think of it in end-user terms—what sort of emotional response are you hoping for when your customers get their hands on your product for the first time? You want them to be impressed, at ease and to have the best experience possible.
You don’t launch a new product, or upgrade an existing one, with the intention of your customers eventually getting the hang of it after a few trial and error moments.
That’s the difference between “good” and “good enough,” and it’s what ultimately leads to success—or failure. Achieving that difference is what your QA process should be all about.
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.