Applications and Systems Tests SaaS

Software quality control, speeding up
the processes of production run of
the application, increase of the scope
and accuracy of processes, are a huge challenge.

Analysts, programmers, quality control departments and management, have to face it. The earlier the problem is detected, the lower will be the costs of its repair. The method and the scope of tests should be based on individual needs of customers and their expectations. Tests, both manual and automatic, are one of the important factors that determine success of the manufacturing process and operation of systems and applications.

The solution enables to
  • gather requirements, define parameters and standards for software
  • prepare scenarios for functionality and efficiency tests
  • test systems and applications throughout the entire lifecycle (at the stage of system creating, starting it and during its operation)
  • manage changes, including the influence of actualizations on application operation
  • use analytics and testing procedures for operational IT monitoring (e.g. to calculate SLA)
  • gather requirements, define parameters and standards for software
  • prepare scenarios for functionality and efficiency tests
  • test systems and applications throughout the entire lifecycle (at the stage of system creating, starting it and during its operation)
  • manage changes, including the influence of actualizations on application operation
  • use analytics and testing procedures for operational IT monitoring (e.g. to calculate SLA)
Advantages
  • savings of financial outlays for implementation and execution of repeatable tests kits
  • savings associated with early detection of errors, not after implementation
  • better quality of more quickly produced software
  • a possibility to detect bigger number of errors in a given unit of time compared to manual testing only
  • better adjustment of architecture to possible intensity of operations
  • improvement of the image of the company thanks to functioning applications for outside customers
  • savings of financial outlays for implementation and execution of repeatable tests kits
  • savings associated with early detection of errors, not after implementation
  • better quality of more quickly produced software
  • a possibility to detect bigger number of errors in a given unit of time compared to manual testing only
  • better adjustment of architecture to possible intensity of operations
  • improvement of the image of the company thanks to functioning applications for outside customers