Many organizations have adopted the CI/CD software lifecycle as part of their main software development process in the past few years for one particular reason- it helps to deliver products and application features to the end users with high velocity while maintaining the quality.
Enterprises that want to upscale their business further and enhance their employee's performance have begun to utilize m-learning to deliver training. With content flexibility, multimedia usage, instant outcomes, and continuous engagement, m-learning platforms ensure that the user’s learning experience remains enriching, dynamic, and distinctive.
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?
As headlined in The New York Times only a couple of weeks ago, the Iowa Caucus debacle was “a systemwide disaster…” and the “app used to tabulate votes may have been inadequately tested.” While additional facts are still coming out, the entire nation watched as there were major delays obtaining and reporting on the Iowa results. And then there was uncertainty as to whether or not they were accurate. While the intent of creating this app was supposed to be positive – to enable simpler more streamlined reporting, faster – we know that’s not at all what happened. And, that’s not exactly how you want your new mobile app rollout and brand to be remembered.
Software quality assurance testing creates customers.
Its value lies hidden within the smooth flow of your UI, the ease with which a problem turns into a solution and the reliability and security that customers come to take for granted.
Software quality assurance is how you turn development innovation into customer experience execution.
Time is the one resource you cannot replenish or write-off. It is unstoppable and unforgiving. It is also a crucial element in the successful delivery of any software development project.
Outsourcing your software quality management makes time an ally.
An experienced QA expert can find efficiencies at every stage of the testing process, from initial planning through to delivery. They can scale up capacity quickly, identify where and when to apply automation, unlock the advantages of Agile development and early bug detection and create a 24-hour cycle of continuous testing and product improvement.
As developers, you are not judged solely on your end product. Every step along the way to delivery is monitored and measured against software quality control standards. All your engineering processes, methods, activities and work items are subject to scrutiny. In today’s environment, you can get it wrong even though you, ultimately, got it right.
In the realm of quality assurance, the expectations are that we understand both the need for and the burden of meeting such high software quality control standards. We also know that the way you design your software quality control plan is critical to your professional success.
This is how important software quality testing is to the success of your product—40% of tech startups fail because of poor or absent QA. Failing to implement one of the fundamental aspects of software development can sabotage your all efforts.
Now, if you are reading this, then the chances are good that you will not be making the mistake of bypassing QA all together. More likely, the danger you run is not optimizing your software quality testing for consistent results that deliver a quality product to your users.