eTestware June Round Up
This week we thought we would take a moment to reflect upon the month of June. Our eTestware June round up reveals 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 might have missed some of the valuable tips and insights we shared (not that any of you will have missed a single post, of course)!
June 4th – the eTestware Core Values
To outsource software testing or not to outsource software testing, that is the question; the experts at eTestware have always leant towards the former, but we do appreciate that it is a big step to take. In our experience, the lockdown and remote working seem to have made that initial question slightly easier to answer with a ‘yes’, although another question must then be asked: Who do you outsource to?
Rather than answering by saying eTestware and theICEway, we thought we would lay down our core values along with a few handy tips in this article published at the start of the month:
The eTestware ‘SMART’ working methodology:
Outsourcing can help reduce operating costs, gives access to world-class capabilities and often frees up internal resources…
June 11th – the June ICEbreaker
The latest e-shot from theICEway ecosystem of companies featured an exclusive story about a healthcare project we were recently involved in with UCL, to produce surveys for pregnant women designed to aid in the fight against COVID-19. You can find those surveys here:
That edition of the ICEbreaker also included the pick of articles produced by eTestware, ICE Technology Services and CRIBB Cyber Security in May 2020, with the cruise industry, ECSA and more on outsourced testing all covered…
June 18th – Tips on documentation
Ever the helpful bunch, last week the eTestware team offered some hints on how best to provide clear and concise documentation for the creation and execution of test cases. After all, any successful testing project needs this!
So there you have it, our eTestware June Round Up. We hope you will agree that it’s been another rollercoaster ride in the theme park that is outsourced software testing!
theICEway – An ecosystem of companies whose various IT specialities combine to offer a complete, end-to-end solution for our clients in healthcare, retail, travel and the cruise industry
ECSA – EC-Council Certified Security Analyst, a cyber security certification for penetration testing
If you still aren’t sure about whether or not to outsource, speak to one of our testing experts today and they will be happy to provide you with clear reasons why your first small step on theICEway will actually be one giant leap…