In a connected world, where competitive advantage hangs on the end-user experience rather than on individual applications, traditional testing models lack relevance. Today’s Testing services need to ensure a seamless end-user experience and business process continuity across an expanded network of business applications, mobile devices, smart devices, media channels and development environments.
A focus on the customer’s experience requires a re-evaluation of the entire testing approach and a change from an inside-out perspective to an outside-in one. To meet the demand for application agility, quality assurance (QA) testing organizations need to adopt Agile testing, increased test automation and continuous testing. They also need to reposition QA testing from a quality gateway to ensuring a better user experience.
API & Web Service Testing
To stay ahead of the competition in today’s fast-paced business scenario, it has become increasingly important to achieve faster test cycles at lower costs.
For API and web-services testing, reusable test automation frameworks coupled with open source tools and technologies can reduce test cycle time and associated costs. This requires an expert in the field to understand the problem areas and deliver product requirements through a holistic approach.
- Provides a robust, ﬂexible and extensible framework to support test automation on diverse sets of web services and APIs
- Signiﬁcantly reduces initial coding effort
- Enables you to quickly create advanced performance tests and run automated functional tests
- Reduces overall costs as it is built on open source tools / libraries / frameworks
Continuous & Automated Testing
Continuous testing in a connected world
Continuous testing is the process of executing automated tests as part of the software delivery pipeline to obtain immediate feedback on the business risks associated with a software release.
Continuous Testing – The value of outside-in testing
Developing an outside-in approach to QA testing improves quality, cost and agile development. The QA organization not only engages in testing but helps define an enterprise portfolio strategy. This new testing approach can help you achieve:
- Validation for all your business objectives.
- Live performance metrics for online channels.
- Up to 95% automation in test portfolios.
- The agility of in-sprint regression testing.
- Up to 20% reduction in cycle time using risk-based and catalog-based testing models.
- Pay-per-defect pricing that achieves more than 97% defect removal efficiency.