9 Benefits of software testing and quality assurance
Most choices in life are made after considering the potential benefits involved. You may decide to wear a pair of shoes based upon comfort if you are going to walk far, for example. Style might be the main reason if you are due to attend a wedding. As you can imagine, our software testing experts are rarely asked about footwear. Today then, we will look at the benefits of software testing and quality assurance!
9 Benefits at a glance
- You will save money
- You’ll then make more money (on top of the savings)
- Testing and QA promotes organisation…
- And efficiency
- Your customers will be more satisfied
- Your users’ experience will be improved…
- Which will inspire confidence
- Software testing and quality assurance can also prevent large-scale corporate incidents
Top Testing Tip(s)
Create a plan and understand the product to be tested. The importance of a good plan cannot be overstated, nor should it be overlooked. You must also go above and beyond to make sure you know what you are testing. It’s a good idea to get to know the people behind the product, too.
You can find some best practice hints here.
Save money… then make more
Faulty software can cost money and lead to users and clients disappearing. Plus, the longer a software bug remains undetected, the higher the difficulty and expense to fix it. Deploy QA testing throughout the software development phase to save time and money.
Then, you can sell your software at a higher rate…
Organisation, productivity & efficiency
Organisation allows you to work in peace. That then leads to a higher level of productivity, which in turn leads to… You get the idea. We believe that you should place software testing at the heart of any software strategy.
Satisfied customers + happy users = confidence
More than just confidence, the sum above also equates to a boost in reputation and in loyalty. These are two huge benefits, and ones that can lead to longevity. User experience is a significant factor in the modern world, and a poor one can cause a lot of damage.
Stop corporate incidents
Testing for corporate software is critical. Undetected bugs can cause losses in data, system blackouts and more. Essentially, the more complex the testing subject, the more intense the testing process should be.