Approach & Methodology:
Project Management, Maintenance of Time Schedules, Quality Assurance, and
Software Engineering are some of the key areas we focus on in the complete
Software Development Life Cycle process. Our full proven Methodology ensures
effective QA Testing of the software products and applications we develop for
Data Integrity Testing
Data integrity testing is a key component of QA testing, it verify the
reliability of data procurement from system and its storage methods in order to
ensure that the data extracted is in the desired format, and that it is
reliable and consistent with the data expected to be present in the database.
Data Integrity Testing also ensures that all relevant information is stored in
a timely manner, thus avoiding data loss, which has the potential to prove
catastrophic to a business. Parameters can also be customized as per client
requirements for the data integrity testing during the setup phase.
Functionality Testing / Defect Analysis
A thorough review on functionality aspects of a client's application needs to
be done thus their existing systems helps our QA team to develop the
Functionality tests. These tests are performed by
QA team on the basis of our full proven methodology for Internal Documentation,
Reporting, and Resolution of defects, exception and bugs detected during the
various testing processes. The analysis of these defects, exception and bugs
are carefully documented to provide our clients with:
A Complete description of the bug/defect and the process of reproducing it
A clear assessment of the usability of the product and its relation to the
business objectives set by client
||Critical data and information needed by the developers
involved in debugging
Performance testing involves testing the product on the basis of the
following criteria and other Custom criteria as required by the Client.
In Stress Testing, the parameters typically tested are: Storage, Computing
Time, Communication Capacity, and Database Recovery Time. This process drives
the system to the very limits of its endurance in order to determine what
features in the application design can fail during implementation. The features
that do fail can turn out to be defects capable of causing disastrous failure.
Availability testing involves testing the reliability of the network, database
processor, memory, etc. This involves testing the capability to have the
support for critical data required by the applications to be up and running in
minimum standard conditions. All the architectural components that need to be
available are also made sure to be present and functional.
Response / Throughput Testing
Response / Throughput testing is used to test the load-bearing capacity of the
system and to measure the response time and throughput of the various
components of the system.
Compatibility testing addresses concerns regarding a product's capability to
interface with other software, system and hardware.
is equipped to test Client products across a varied range of software and
hardware platforms and environment to evaluate the related issues involved in
Usability testing is concerned with evaluating a system's ease of use and the
level of convenience it provides to non-technical people to enable them to
utilize the various tools and functionalities offered by the system. This helps
users derive the maximum benefit from the system. Usability Testing further
entails detailed analysis of the navigation system, the user interfaces, etc.
General Usability testing also involves the following:
GUI forms and selections such as:
Preferred QA Testing Model:
Onshore / Offshore QA and Testing
ITQuest's Global Delivery Model combines the
advantage of offshore software development with direct control over the project
at onshore. In this model our onshore business staff liaison with our clients,
while the development staff are based offshore. Clients benefit by this model
in the following ways: