Software QA/QC Services
We offer Software Product Quality Assurance and Quality Control Services as part of our custom software development package, as well as an individual post-development solution. Having a dedicated outsourcing partner for software testing services frees up your in-house engineers’ workload and cuts down your spendings on training and tools.
With over 100 successful projects in the portfolio, and a special love for high-load/high-performance applications, we have developed an approach that meets your every testing need. Get in touch, and our QA/QC specialists will help you decide on the most flexible and cost-effective delivery model for your QA/QC needs.
Our Software Testing Expertise
Our testing team ensures that your product works according to your business logic and specific requirements.
- Unit Testing
- Integration Testing
- System Testing
- User Acceptance Testing
- Regression Testing
We provide all types of non-functional testing services.
- Reliability testing
- Usability testing
- Maintainability testing
- Scalability testing
- Portability testing
- Baseline testing
- Compliance testing
- Documentation testing
- Localization testing and Internationalization testing
Performance (Load, Stress, Volume, Endurance) testing is a type of non-functional testing, which includes:
- Determining the responsiveness, reliability, and scalability
- Identifying a source of an issue
- Comprehensive analysis and improvement suggestions. Access to production readiness
- Comparison of multiple systems and configurations
Our mobile testing team offers iOS, Android, and Windows Phone Application Testing. We perform:
- Functional testing
- Non-functional testing
Romexsoft has been doing Web Application Development & Testing for over 15 years. We are ready to test any web application – from a simple landing page to a multifunctional portal or a cloud solution ranging in industries of:
- Financial Services
- Entertainment & Media
Testing services on AWS cloud
We support microservice testing on AWS. Our testng professionals can guarantee:
- quick availability of infrastructure
- scalability testing
- disaster recovery testing
How Does Manual Testing Compare With Automated Testing
Manual Testing vs Automated Testing
User Experience should always be intuitive and self-explanatory. No matter how robust automated testing frameworks can be, they still lack the capability to imitate user behavior. What if a user manages to enter a false value, or skips necessary steps, or simply feels puzzled with the proposed navigation?
That’s exactly where manual testing enters the scene. Our goal is to deliver an intuitive, simple-to-use and attractive product, so we use Exploratory Testing to test the outlined UX, UI and design prior to development. This allows us to discover bottlenecks and bugs, which automated test cases can easily miss. As a general rule of thumb, any new application should be manually tested before it can be automated.
Practice TDD and BDD Approaches
TDD and BDD Approaches are part of our Automation Framework. We vouch for and actively practice TDD and BDD approaches.
BDD increases and improves collaboration – it enables everyone involved in the project to easily engage in the product development cycle. And by using simple language, anybody is able to write behavior scenarios.
Software Quality Assurance services
We offer these Software Quality Assurance services:
- Selection of traditional and automated test design techniques
- Test plan creation/execution and reporting
- Multi-level testing (Unit, Integration, System, Acceptance)
- Functional/Non-functional testing (All Types)
- Performance testing (Load, Stress, Volume, Endurance)
If you don’t have enough time, staff or budget to spare to manually test your products over and over again, reach out to a dedicated testing team. Our software test automation services offer an accelerated approach to functional testing – impeccable results reached faster and with a smaller budget.
- Eliminates the human error factor.
- You no longer depend on quality assurance staff, who can quit anytime.
- Test coverage at any level your application requires.
- Save time for your development team by eliminating code review in case tests fail after pull requests.
- Provides confidence in quality and lower the risks of your product failing after modification.
- Optimize your resources with less money spent on tools, training, and wages.
- You end up with a library of reusable test cases you can deploy at any time.
Key Benefits of Test Automation Frameworks
We build robust Test Automation Frameworks that provide:
- Integration in all CI/CD processes
- Instant product quality results available for stakeholders
- Highly informative reports on test coverage
- Full data stack required for issue localization
- Multi-platform & multi-environment execution
- Test execution in scalable parallel mode
- Test data instant recovery
- Low-cost maintainability
Partnership & Awards
Software Testing Frameworks & Tools We Use
take the right real-time actions.
Our Software QA & Testing Clients
Software QA & Testing FAQ
QA (Quality Assurance) services refer to a range of activities and processes that are designed to ensure the quality, reliability, and performance of software applications, products, and systems.
Here are some of the common QA services:
Functional testing: This involves testing the functional aspects of the software application or system, such as its features, usability, and performance. It may include user acceptance testing, integration testing, system testing, and regression testing.
Performance testing: This involves testing the application or system's ability to perform under various loads and stress conditions. It may include load testing, stress testing, and capacity testing.
Security testing: This involves testing the application or system's security features to identify any vulnerabilities, weaknesses or threats. It may include penetration testing, vulnerability assessment, and risk analysis.
Automation testing: This involves automating the testing process using various tools and techniques. It may include test automation framework development, script development, and maintenance.
Mobile testing: This involves testing the application or system on various mobile devices and platforms to ensure its compatibility, functionality, and usability.
Cloud testing: This involves testing the application or system's ability to function in cloud-based environments, such as AWS or Azure.
API testing: This involves testing the application or system's API to ensure its functionality, security, and performance.
Software testing services refer to a range of activities and processes that are designed to evaluate and validate the quality, reliability, and performance of software applications. Here are some common software testing services:
Functional testing: This involves testing the software application's features and functions to ensure that they work as intended. It may include manual and automated testing, and may be performed at different stages of the software development lifecycle.
Performance testing: This involves testing the software application's performance under different load and stress conditions to ensure that it meets the performance requirements. It may include load testing, stress testing, and capacity testing.
Security testing: This involves testing the software application's security features to identify vulnerabilities, weaknesses, and threats. It may include penetration testing, vulnerability assessment, and risk analysis.
User acceptance testing: This involves testing the software application with actual users to ensure that it meets their needs and expectations. It may include usability testing and accessibility testing.
Compatibility testing: This involves testing the software application's compatibility with different platforms, browsers, devices, and operating systems to ensure that it works correctly on all platforms.
Automation testing: This involves automating the testing process using various tools and techniques to ensure that the software application is tested quickly, efficiently, and accurately.
A software testing company is a specialized organization that provides software testing services to businesses, organizations, and software development firms. These companies employ experienced software testing professionals who have expertise in various types of testing, including functional testing, performance testing, security testing, and automation testing.
Software testing companies use various testing tools and methodologies to test software applications and systems thoroughly. They follow a well-defined testing process to ensure that the software is reliable, secure, and meets the required quality standards. Some software testing companies also provide consulting services to help organizations improve their software development processes and ensure that they are following best practices.
Choosing the right software testing company is crucial for ensuring the quality, reliability, and security of your software applications. Here are some factors to consider when choosing a software testing company:
Expertise and experience: Look for a company that has expertise and experience in the type of testing you need. Check their website and portfolio to see their track record and the types of clients they have worked with.
Testing process and methodology: Check whether the company follows a well-defined testing process and methodology. A good testing process should be well-documented, repeatable, and scalable. They should also use modern tools and technologies to perform testing.
Certifications and standards: Check whether the company has any relevant certifications and follows industry standards such as ISO and CMMI. This shows their commitment to quality and continuous improvement.
Communication and reporting: Look for a company that communicates effectively and provides regular updates and reports on the testing progress. They should also be responsive to your queries and concerns.
Pricing and contract terms: Check the company's pricing and contract terms to ensure that they are transparent and flexible. Avoid companies that have hidden fees or lock you into long-term contracts.
Customer reviews and testimonials: Check online reviews and testimonials from previous customers to get an idea of the company's reputation and level of customer satisfaction.
In the context of SaaS (Software as a Service), QA stands for Quality Assurance. QA is the process of ensuring that a software product or service meets the expected quality standards and functions as intended. This includes testing the software for bugs, usability issues, and performance problems, as well as ensuring that it is secure and meets any relevant regulatory or compliance requirements.
In the SaaS context, QA is particularly important because customers rely on the service to perform critical functions, and any issues with the service could have significant consequences. SaaS companies typically have dedicated QA teams and processes in place to ensure that their products and services meet the necessary quality standards and are able to meet the needs of their customers.
No, QA (Quality Assurance) is not the same as software testing. Software testing is a part of QA activities. QA involves the entire process of verifying and validating the software development process and ensuring that the software product meets the desired quality standards. QA activities include various processes such as planning, defining, designing, executing, and reporting on the quality of the software product. It aims to prevent defects and errors in the software product by identifying and eliminating the root cause of the problem.
On the other hand, software testing is a part of the QA process that involves executing the software to find defects, errors, and bugs in the software product. It is a process of validating and verifying the functionality, performance, security, usability, and compatibility of the software product. Testing is done to identify defects and ensure that the software product meets the quality standards set by the organization.
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