History of Testing
|HiPace Technologies's Quality assurance (QA) emphasizes the prevention
of defects and the addition of quality throughout the software
development life cycle. QA Test Center here provides the solution to
your e-Testing dilemma. Our end-to-end e-testing services can help you
address the problems faced by your organization. HiPace Technologies
continuously maintains and enhances the test environment with a state of
the art hardware infrastructure and best-of-breed tools to ensure high
quality testing and shortened project timelines. Moreover, our alliances
with leading tool vendors help reduce your testing costs.
Testing is not debugging. Though the primary purpose of testing is to detect software failures so that bugs can be discovered and corrected, we should understand that testing is different from debugging, verification or validation. Over a period of time, orientation of testing has evolved though different phases:
- Till mid-50s, testing was Debugging oriented
From mid-50s to mid-70s, testing was Demonstration oriented
From mid 70s to early 80s, testing was Destruction oriented
Remaining part of 80s, testing was Evaluation oriented
After 80s, testing became Prevention oriented
We understand the changes that happen in orientation for testing and remain on top of this. This gives us an edge to consider newer and improved methods and include them in our testing plans to deliver a better software. Our experts' team provide customized software quality management solutions to small and medium sized companies. We have a strong Quality Assurance Center with qualified quality assurance professionals and a large pool of highly and proven expertise in manual testing.
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Quality Assurance, QA Testing
Our Quality Assurance services are provided on-site, offshore or a combination of both, based on customer’s requirements. We provide integrated Quality Assurance solutions that include Test Strategy, Test Automation and Test Execution. The following is a short list of quality assurance principles:
- Test and QA activities start early in the software development life cycle.
Quality is built into the solution: “Do it right the first time.
Each step or phase is validated before moving ahead to the next step or phase.
Repeatable processes are established and used by all like projects.
Processes are continuously reviewed and improved.
HPT promises a compelling experience that will generate new and greater revenue opportunities, increasing customer loyalty and hence gaining competitive advantages for your organization.