Nowadays, IT quality assurance has taken an essential role to avoid mistakes and ensure fully functional and working apps by carefully checking every possible situation and could lead to a bug in the software provided by the company.
What is its purpose?
- Improve the provided software’s quality and features. QA allows an easy detection and prevention of possible problems/bugs before its release.
- Discover the main reason of the problem/bug aiming to report high-detailed information to be able to solve it and for the benefit of the currently developed software.
- Minimize software development and maintenance costs.
- ISO standard requirements compliance, attributes that denote reliability and trust in a business.
We have a team with a great amount of experience in Software testing, both in web and mobile apps, capable of carrying out projects of a different nature and adapting to customer requirements with quality results, project efficiency and test velocity.
At Starshot Software we are able to improve the delivered software’s quality and adapt to our customer’s needs. Due to our young, dynamic and up to date professional team, our clients can put their trust in us to test any software in any field.
A tailored QA plan will be designed to have clear and well-defined goals with accurate requirements. Throughout the different design phases and the whole coding process, our QA team will ensure the compliance of the established standards.
At Starshot, the QA process starts at early development stages. While the development team works on feature implementation, the QA team defines the acceptance criteria, as well as elaborates strategies to test some of the features.
After these criteria are set, the team elaborates different test cases based on aspects that have a direct impact on the software (functionality, performance, security…) to be ready and prepared for release in the appropriate testing environment.
Once the software testing process has started, test performance is simultaneously being carried out. During this process, every single problem/bug that is detected will be notified. After ending this phase, a detailed report will be issued and sent to the customer, in which test results, potential risks and detected problems are analyzed. This report will be sent along with the QA team recommendation on how to solve these problems and whether o not the software should be released.