Every single delay in launching your product hurts your brand image, and drastically reduces your potential customer base. Being late, by a day, hour or minute means that someone else gets the first chance to impress your potential customers with a solution to their problem. You may have a better product, but if the first application a customer tries is “good enough,” you may never get the chance to prove you can do things better.
As the COVID-19 pandemic shook the foundation of the global economy, organizations started preparing for the future in a completely new landscape. Many software companies started looking for QA solutions to achieve a higher level of efficiency and productivity while minimizing costs in the long term. This shift in thinking has made automation testing imperative for software companies. Check out the infographic below for advice from our QA team on selecting the right Automation testing tools.
These days people not only want, but need to do more with less. CEOs and Product Managers want to stay competitive by releasing new features while also keeping their resources lean. Is it even possible to reach these two goals without sacrificing product quality?
The answer is simple: test automation. Automated testing technology continues to advance year after year, and implementing the right test tool can boost the efficiency, effectiveness, accuracy and coverage of your software testing. Test automation can free your QA team from tedious manual testing procedures in order to concentrate on other critical areas of the project.
These days, a news story on a cyberattack is as common as the weather report. To defend against these potential attacks, companies have created products and software applications designed to secure their data. But can these security products and applications provide full protection against these threats?
APIs bridge the communication gap between an application and third-party apps. If an API doesn’t work efficiently or effectively, it can negatively impact software quality and business processes.
It’s hard to argue against the need to test APIs. However, how to do API testing can quickly become a confusing process.
In 1996, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) defined standards for safeguarding the sensitive, confidential data of all patients. The act requires health insurance providers to enforce strict privacy and security rules, each designed to protect the patient and all electronically protected health information, known as ePHI.
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.
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?