Here at eTestware, we specialise in functional software testing. This is a type of testing in which the functional requirements and specifications of a system or product are tested to ensure they are correctly met. As a vendor, you will need to have full confidence that this is the case before release.
Our software testing experts are familiar with all testing types, and are equally comfortable with manual and automated testing. They can offer robust support for your existing teams and help take you to the next level.
A crucial type of testing in which individual software modules are combined and then tested as a group. Often, different developers will work on different modules which will then need to be tested for faults.
Integration testing sees the different modules brought together and tested to ensure that they all work together. It is deployed to evaluate the compliance of a system or component against specified functional requirements.
This type of testing takes place after initial tests have been conducted. Its purpose is to verify whether or not the test subject can still perform in the wake of changes made. If it cannot, it is said to be ‘in regression’.
There are many different types of Regression Testing, including the following:
Corrective | ‘Retest-all’ | Selective | Progressive | Complete | Partial | Unit
Also known as ‘Build Verification Testing’, smoke testing aims to check that the most important functions are in working order. Non-exhaustive tests are carried out with a view to determining whether or not there is enough stability to allow for further testing.
If Wikipedia is to be believed, the term “smoke testing” may have originated in plumbing. Real smoke would be used by plumbers to uncover leaks and cracks in pipe systems.
This is conducted to validate complete and fully integrated software products. The aim of system testing is to analyse the end-to-end specifications, and it is typically used when testing one element of a larger, computer-based system.
The different types of System Testing include:
Regression | Load | Functional | Recovery | Migration Testing | Usability | Software / Hardware
User Acceptance Testing essentially describes the process of checking whether or not a product or solution works for the user. Ultimately, the user is going to interact with it on a regular basis – which means that UAT is critical.
We understand the importance of UAT being carried out by the actual end user of the system and as such, our work usually involves supplementing your existing structure and teams where required.
The expert software testers at eTestware can provide quality assurance to vendors so that they can confidently take their products to market. Reputation is key today, and with such a rich selection of products available, yours must make the grade.
Before implementation, customers must test the products they wish to purchase. User Acceptance Testing is critical, often placing internal resources under a huge amount of strain. Let eTestware help them take that strain.
Our software testing experts can help with everything, including end-to-end testing. This comprehensive solution will leave you in no doubt as to the quality of the end product.