The software testing experts at eTestware have helped clients in industries ranging from Healthcare to Cruise and Travel for many years, combining their broad experience with a genuine passion for delivering over and above expectation. Today we take a look at just some of the testing services they can provide… […]
This week we thought we would take a moment to reflect upon the month of June, another interesting one for our software testing experts here on theICEway. It’s not that we don’t have anything interesting to say right now, more an opportunity to play catch-up for those of you who […]
Any software testing project requires strong communication and must be well documented. This week we are therefore providing some hints and tips on software testing documentation. Let us assume that your business has decided to right-source at least one aspect of QA testing. You now need to ensure that the […]
As part of theICEway ecosystem of companies, the team at eTestware often get to work closely with the team at CRIBB Cyber Security. This week, with Easter still being a not-too distant memory, they published a blog piece about some of their favourite IT-related Easter Eggs and we decided that […]
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 […]
This week we delve once again into our blog back catalogue to revisit an article that looked at the pros and cons of creating an internal SME liaison versus choosing to deploy an external project manager, instead. That piece can be read here, whilst a summarised version follows…