Quality Assurance Services

At Urvar Technology, we take a holistic approach to testing mission critical applications and website. To maintain the health of your applications, we implement a robust testing and monitoring environment. Our Quality assurance services include Regression Testing, Functional Testing, Load and Performance testing using the best industry standard tools including Borland SilkTest and SilkPerformer, Mercury LoadRunner, WinRunner and QTP.
GlobeMarc’s multi- tiered quality assurance services provides checkpoints every step of the way and ensures your software applications and websites are exceeding your business performance requirements as well as meeting your functional needs.
Our Quality Assurance (QA) processes involve ensuring high quality during the entire software development cycle starting from project management, requirements gathering, development and testing. We adapt our QA processes depending on software development methodology like Waterfall or Agile. We support testing strategies varying from manual to automated.
Our QA team gets involved in the following activities -
Scope Definition: While outlining the scope, ensure consistency with any similar such scope statements made in higher level documents, if relevant (In Scope). Also includes sections that describe (in any logical/intuitive manner) the systems/subsystems that are believed to fall beyond this test scope (Out of Scope).
Functional and Non-Functional Testing: Describe functional testing of the project including Data Testing & User Testing. Non-functional testing covers Performance Testing, Load/Stress Testing, Quality Testing and Interface Testing.
Test Planning & Execution: Describe the structured breakup of the system into modules and sub-modules for logical test case design and sequential test planning and execution activities.
Test Monitoring & Reporting: Describe activities including monitoring milestones that will be used to evaluate actual progress to plan.
Causal Analysis: Describe the state of the project in terms of quality of the various milestones over the course of the project and how this compares with the metrics across all projects across the company.
Assumptions & Risks: Assumptions revolve around the progress / priority of development activities, availability of test resources, test environment considerations or stability of requirements. If risk mitigation strategies exist, document these as well against the associated risk. Possible areas of risk are Schedule, Technical/Environmental, Resources, Uncontrolled changes in requirements or requirements that are not signed off yet.
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