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Why Outsource QA to India?

QA outsourcing is a great way to give specific projects the needed attention from the experts in the QA field. Companies outsource to stay ahead of the competition. Outsourcing can free up internal resources to focus on the core aspects of the business and boost efficiency. In this regard, India has made a name for itself in the outsourcing field – especially in the IT industry. But, why India? Below are the top 5 reasons why you should outsource QA.

Outsourcing QA: The People

 When outsourcing QA, one of the most important things to consider is the people. Having a professional, fully trained team that is dynamic and versatile can really set your company apart from the competition.

Key Characteristics of a Successful Offshore QA Team

 Whether you already have an established QA partner or are in search of a new partner, there are several characteristics that should define your offshore QA team.

Should I insource or outsource QA?

Offshore QA, QA Outsourcing Management | By Lahari | February 10, 2015

Should I insource or outsource QA has been a question that every company faces. After Y2K, companies started outsourcing everything. If this question had been asked at that time, “outsource” would have been the definitive answer. But now, the answer isn’t as simple. In fact, the one word answer to this overarching question would be: “hybrid”.

5 Key Skills to Manage a QA Team

Understanding key management skills required to achieve an efficient, productive QA team is essential to the success of projects. In today’s world, we are changing our approach towards Agile & Scrum processes, which focus on not just executing test cases at the end of a test cycle, but communicating risks throughout the software development lifecycle. This requires QA testers to be involved with various parts of the team including business analysts and developers at each level. Being able to manage the QA teams is crucial for an organization’s success. Here are some key skills needed to manage your QA team effectively.

6 Ways to Increase Productivity of Your QA Team

Since there are a lot of tasks that QA teams tackle, increasing QA productivity can help successfully drive a company’s revenue growth. Here are 6 ways to increase productivity within your QA testing team:

Top Defect Tracking Tools and Their Benefits

Without high-quality defect tracking tools, monitoring software bugs is impossible. No engineer can track each and every defect in his or her head, nor with a single spreadsheet. Bug tracking allows teams to focus on priority issues that directly affect the quality of the software, and communicate about them more effectively.

API Testing: 3 Key Focus Areas For Collaboration Products

Collaboration applications often feature third-party integrations that allow for a simpler, faster user experience. These types of integrations are carried out using APIs, which require extensive testing to ensure proper function with the collaboration application. Successful integrations that streamline access and usage will help you remain competitive within the collaborative space and expand your customer base, but they must be tested. Consider these 3 API testing focus areas specific to collaboration-type applications:

7 Essential Tips for Functional Testing of Collaboration Applications

Teamwork is the name of the game with cloud-based collaboration applications. These products help unite distributed teams, streamline file sharing, maximize cloud storage, and much more. Collaboration products are designed with a large, diverse user base in mind. To ensure that a versatile, high-quality product is released, specific QA services suited for cloud collaboration companies should be considered.

Test Case Toolkit: Why Developers Need Them and How to Improve Yours

QA Outsourcing Management | By Brandon Getty | October 14, 2014

In an Agile environment, development and QA testing services are tightly woven, resulting in an efficient testing process and ultimately, a high-quality product. A good test case is the foundation of this “hand-in-hand” relationship. To create a test case, the objectives of the product are translated into test conditions. These conditions describe an input, action, or event, along with an expected response or output. If this expected output is achieved, the test case has verified the proper function of the product.

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