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Process Definition

Quality comes with consistency and repeatability, achieved through processes and procedures. Well-defined processes enable the timely release of the software.


We believe continuous testing and detection of bugs early in the cycle saves a tremendous amount of resources, time, cost and reduces architectural re-work. Quality Assurance goes hand-in-hand with the development processes. Development changes must be tested immediately for regressions and new functionality introduced in the cycle, so continuous integration through automated tests help in achieving high quality. This is an instance of how a streamlined process helps improve the product. 



We create efficient processes to cover the following six software testing stages of the QA lifecycle.  They are requirement analysis, test planning, test case design, test environment setup, test execution, and test closure. Each of these stages are controlled by a well-defined entrance and exit criteria along with methods, tools, and goal associated with it.  


Customer feedback and usage of the product is essential for customer-centric testing. Our processes engage QA to customers, ending in a reduction in customer complaints.


Government and industry groups are required to make sure that software must meet standards for Safety and Security; we define processes to validate that your software adheres to standards such as SOX. 

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