A healthy QA culture results in strong, confident teams. And with a powerful team in place, you can produce exceptional products and achieve greater success when going to the market. While the task of building great culture belongs to the QA Team Manager, it’s up to each member of your software QA team to participate and contribute towards a healthy workplace culture.
These days, all QA testing teams can benefit from some help. But when resources are constrained, as they often are, enlisting additional testing assistance never seems like a realistic possibility. Fortunately, there’s a way to increase testing support without breaking the bank - by outsourcing QA.
QA outsourcing is the practice of handing over testing-related tasks to a third-party service who carries out requested test cases without full involvement in your overall software development process. And because outsourced offshore QA agencies offer affordable business plans, receiving the help you need when you need it most is achievable.
So, why should you outsource QA? Is outsourcing your QA good? What are the benefits of outsourcing? And how do you start to outsource QA?
A lot of conversations happen when an educational institution chooses an LMS. There are conversations on how your learning management system can deliver the best product to their users, conversations on shaping the partnership between your companies and conversations throughout the entire onboarding process.
Conversations shouldn’t end after integration. In fact, it’s expected that your company provides support throughout the partnership, from launching new product features to confirming software functionality through ongoing automation testing of your content management system.
eLearning, once an optional approach to educational delivery, has immediately become an essential platform to learners across grades and across the country. Hundreds of top universities and school districts are turning to online education during this pandemic as a way to keep educational curriculums on track, prevent extended school years and to allow graduation-bound students a chance this semester to graduate.
Is your education software application built to support this increased demand?
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.
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.
With social networks, media streaming, mobile shopping and food delivery at our fingertips, it’s easy to see why we are addicted to our smartphones. At the touch of a button on their smartphone, consumers are able to make a purchase from the comfort of their own home, making time for things more important than standing in line at a crowded store.
This clearly illustrates the importance of digital technology in our daily lives, so much so that businesses around the globe have taken advantage over the years. Companies began to market on social media channels, quickly increasing brand recognition. The huge spike in adopting digital technologies has increased the importance of delivering high-quality digital products.
Are you doing all you can to make your software stand out?
Every day of every year, 6,140 new software apps are released on Google Play for Android alone, according to Statista. Switch to the Apple app store, and you will find a further 1,434 added daily. And that is just the mobile market.
Those are the raw numbers behind the clichés we hear about “ever-increasing competition” and “rapidly evolving markets.”
Digital technology faces its sternest test when it is applied to our health. The benefits of speed, accuracy and automation are balanced against the responsibilities of consistency, reliability and mobility.
Those who work in the medical software domain are charged with walking the line between innovation and regulation. Every potential advance in medical device sophistication faces a gauntlet of regulations before it ever gets tested within the realities of the commercial market.