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8 Ways to Drive Success with Modern Software Testing Methodologies

Hopefully, you have a software product that appeals to your end users. That’s because it solves everyday problems in real-world situations for people that rely on its simplicity and effectiveness. If your team can create such a strong product that performs well in the marketplace, your team is equipped to solve anything.

So, why is solving the problems within your testing process so daunting?

What Makes Software Testing Imperative for Your Product Business?

Imagine walking to the ATM only to find out that you just got a staggering $924.8 million into your checking account.

In May 1996, more than 800 customers of the First National Bank of Chicago suddenly became billionaires - they were rich beyond their wildest dreams.

Why Risk Launching Without Thorough Mobile App Testing?

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.

Top 10 Software Testing Market Trends in 2020

What a year! From API and mobile test automation to agile and DevOps, 2019 saw momentous changes in software testing. And don’t expect things to wind down in the new year. In fact, this year’s software testing market trends only predict bigger and brighter things to come.

Is 2020 the beginning of a new decade - or a new era in software testing?

7 Benefits of QA Testing in Nearshore Locations

Nearshore QA, Software Testing | By Amanda Sturdevant | December 19, 2019
Gone are the days when skill-set availability and language compatibility were challenges when working with a nearshore partner. Now the situation has improved and many companies are embracing both offshore and nearshore testing. What is it about nearshore testing that makes it so appealing?

Your Quick Guide To Testing Lightning Web Components

Salesforce has introduced the Lighting Web Component as a lightweight framework. Lightning Web Component or LWC is the latest lightweight framework built on web standards. Since Salesforce is a member of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and is committed to creating open web standards, it encourages the development of web standards on the Lightning platform. Our expert engineers have put together a quick guide to testing Lightning Web Components. 

QA Testing on a 5G Network: What You Need to Know

The demand for faster internet over cellular networks has led telecommunication companies to the creation of the 5G cellular network. Constant innovation is driving cellular companies to continuously adjust their approach to Big Data in order to provide faster cellular connectivity to their customers. How will the 5G network impact the software development life cycle? Our expert engineers have put together a quick guide to 5G networks and how the SDLC will be impacted. 

Design a Smart Automated Testing Plan: Tips from the Experts

Your automated testing plan is a guide to saving money, releasing on time and producing a high-quality product. It is your best opportunity to get a top-down view of the project that is about to roll out. Before you become submerged in the day-to-day of test cases and iteration flows, you have one last chance to identify how you can deliver against your business goals in the most efficient manner possible.


It is the perfect time to call on some expert advice.

Comparing a Test Plan vs Test Strategy for Software QA

Developing a comprehensive test strategy means never having to ask, “Where do we begin?”

A test plan vs test strategy comparison is useful in defining the role each plays in your SDLC. The test strategy defines your QA best practices. The test plan outlines how you will practically implement them toward getting a finished product to market.

Enhance Your Software Quality Assurance and Testing in 5 Steps

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.

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