QA Services are essential to any custom software development to decrease risk of faulty software. Manual software testing ensures predictability and repeatability, and automated testing ensures that even a small change or addition to the software does not interfere with functionality. A mix of manual and automation is frequently required
Quality assurance and testing services are an integral part of every software project, big or small, across a range of technology domains. Testing and quality control can be achieved manually, using test automation, or a mix of the two.
Symphony Solutions sets up QC/QA processes, whether part of full-cycle custom software development, QA consulting, or a full-service QA outsource project.
QA and testing services include functional testing, mobile testing, alongside the verification and validation of software performance, reliability, scalability, usability, and security. As a team of Agile practitioners, Symphony Solutions uses QA functional testing services, including unit tests, integration tests, and end-to-end testing of the product.
The Symphony Solutions QA and testing team has experience in small, mid-size and massive projects (with QA teams of over 50 engineers). For our clients, this experience is used to define and design testing strategy on a range of sizes, scales, and detail involved, including data quality assurance for big data projects.
Software testing services start with an analysis of project requirements and a clear definition of KPIs. Using this analysis, the scope and depth of the testing required is defined by the QA and testing team. Quality KPI-s might be just a few essential metrics or an extensive and sophisticated analytics based on root-cause analysis of defects, impact analysis for proposed code changes, and risk assessment across a range of features.
Quality assurance provides guidelines across the whole company, for every phase of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC).
Quality gates are implemented through processes and procedures like (definition of functional requirements, user-readiness, peer reviews, formal demos, and sign-off process). Engineers use tooling such as code quality analysis tools, unit and integration tests, and continuous integration.
Explore the Agile iterative philosophy of building a product incrementally, delivering it in smaller pieces for greater flexibility, speed, and response to change.
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