Efficient Software Testing calls for a robust plan. You must plan how many tests the team executes during the time scheduled. It is important to make the most of the testing time by testing efficiently and thoroughly without testing everything. How can you increase your testing coverage? How can you […]
Your right sourced testing team is in place but what is their impact? To understand their value to the business, you must measure their efforts. Here we give you some tips on how to do that. What you should measure Measure productivity and cost (this is all part of managing […]
After you decide on creating an outsourced QA testing services team, plan your test strategy, document decisions and make documentation accessible for review.
When you hire a testing service, you must decide whether to manage the project work internally or pay additional for an external project manager. What are the advantages of managing the team using an internal SME (subject matter expert) liaison as opposed to paying for the testing service for a […]
Now that you’ve decided to outsource work to a testing service organization, how do you accurately describe the scope of testing you need? Before you sign the contract, it’s critical that the anticipated charges match the reality of your testing needs for scope, depth and coverage. How do you accurately […]
For any QA testing team, be it outsourced, internal or a combination of both, communicating work expectations is a critical part of a team’s success. It starts by having detailed knowledge of the company’s QA processes, then moves into QA team’s job functions and roles and then into specific tasks […]
Communicating changes to the existing process or introducing a change such as outsourcing is critical to project acceptance and success. There are different considerations when an existing internal QA team is in place and when there are no current internal QA resources. The second is likely much easier for personnel […]
Why companies need Blockchain Testing eTestware Editor – August 9, 2017 In the wake of the recent case where a hacker stole $31m of Ether, you may be looking at outsourcing your testing needs. Have your in-house testers missed spotting any vulnerability in the default smart contract code? Can you […]