QA and Software Testing

We have a strong Quality Assurance Team with competences of years of experience

As a full-range provider of QA & Testing services, which performs Manual and Automated testing, Performance Testing, Load Testing and Integration Testing for Web, Windows and Mobile Apps. itelteq helps your Development Team of their existing software quality issues reliably and affordably.

Software QA Approach

Traditional Quality Assurance often involves extensive work and coding before any testing is actually done. This results in finding more bugs in the software closer to the delivery date. At itelteq, our Quality Assurance Test Automation coupled with Continuous Integration from the start. This approach uncovers the majority of bugs at the beginning of the software development cycle and fixes them as the cycle progresses. The result is fewer bugs to reconcile at the end of the project, which in turn, allows for seamless and easy delivery.

The Importance of Test Automation

At itelteq, we practice a culture of automation and thus believe that every development team should be automating all tests when possible. There is no excuse for not automating these tests, as in most cases, doing them manually will cause considerable trouble, lead to additional costs, and create untimely delays.

The Value of Continous Integration

In addition to automating all possible tests, Quality Assurance managers must also ensure that all feedback is subject to continuous integration. One of the major benefits of automated QA is the fact that feedback is available immediately, which is why implementing that feedback and fixing bugs at all stages of the development cycle is imperative. Build Verification Tests (BVT), and Smoke Tests should be built into every stage of the project as they are the most comprehensive way to detect problems early on and prevent issues in future builds.

The Value of Continous Integration

Most would admit that agile development is the future; however, in order to exceed client expectations and improve the user experience, regardless of what method you choose, extensive QA isn’t a “nice to have,” it’s imperative. As the development landscape grows denser, our approach with its focus on automation, continuous integration, and the other best practices mentioned earlier will help our customers to maintain and surpass quality, ensure the highest satisfaction upon delivery, and provide the greatest experience for the user, as well as your development team, as possible.

Best Practices

Our approach to Quality Assurance is what truly sets us apart in an already dense development landscape and we would like to share with you a comprehensive list of best practices that have proven effective time and time again:

Focus on the User Experience

Testing at all levels of the project is crucial, but the most important thing to consider is the user experience. If the UX is bad, it inevitably means the quality is not at par. Although this will likely result in changes during earlier levels of development, the user experience must always be at the forefront.

Automoation and Continous Integration

Automation is vital because it provides fast feedback, enabling continuous integration – a crucial component of the agile methodology. Automation is also key to reducing costs and improving the efficiency of your team; which is one of the main reasons why QA managers must educate themselves and be willing to implement automation practices.

Testing right from inception

Typically, testing starts once the coding phase is complete. However, for optimal quality in an agile methodology, you need to shift the focus and begin monitoring and testing right from the inception of the project. This ensures that bugs are detected sooner, which not only saves time and money but also helps ensure a good relationship with developers on the team, accelerates the delivery of the product, and allows for greater test coverage.

Quality over Quantity

Focus on major critical bugs and glitches initially rather than several smaller ones.

Agile Testing Process and Approach

Agile is undoubtedly the preferred software development methodology for today’s developers. Agile testing uses the same principles to encompass all elements of software testing from unit to system testing. We recommend using The Four Quadrants of Agile Testing in order to not only meet but exceed quality standards in all aspects of a project.

All testing phases experience

  • Automation Strategy
  • Test Schedule
  • Resource Planning
  • Test Plans
  • Test Matrix
  • Test Scripts
  • Test Data
  • Bug Tracking
  • Bug Fixing
  • Bug Verification
  • Defects
  • Test Reports
  • Test Metrics
  • User Aceptance Testing
  • Operational readiness Test
  • Requirements Verification