Testing – The Most Critical Part of a Product’s Go-to-Market Strategy
One of the most critical aspects of a product’s go-to-market strategy is its testing and quality assessment. Timing the release of a well-tested and assured product to the market is a crucial element in a product’s lifecycle. Over the last decade, a product’s reliability has become a deciding factor in its success and almost immediately reflects on the balance sheet. However, though businesses realize the impact of testing and quality assurance, they sometimes overlook the long-term harm that an incompetent or incapable testing partner can cause. The testing and quality assurance partner needs to have a fully functional and comprehensive testing environment that ensures not just a zero defect launch time and again for your products, but also helps align your business objectives better.
Sigma Infosolutions Q-100 Laboratory is a best-in-class testing infrastructure that is specially designed to engage the most rigorous test automation and manual testing. Our working environment comprises of a comprehensive range of tools, hardware, and software that allows us to quickly ramp up to capacity when in need of testing specialists on any domain.
Sigma Infosolutions’ offerings are spread across manual testing as well as test automation.
- Black Box
- White Box
- Grey Box
- Automation Testing
- Exploratory Testing
- Ad-Hoc Testing
Sigma Infosolutions’ ‘Multiple Build’ model for managing software development and testing services ensures that the complete engagement with the client is carried out efficiently without compromising on quality. The processes are verified through quantifiable metrics, which justify a client’s investment at every stage of the process. The team consists of experts who have the relevant technology and domain expertise to deliver end-to-end testing services. They have the ability to understand the business impact of every engagement.
- The test conditions are developed simultaneously while the code is being developed which saves significant amount of time and effort
- A comprehensive software inspection is done to identify defects in the product
- The software product is implemented on multiple platforms to ensure that it performs equally well on each of them. Modifications are sometimes needed for running the product on some of the platforms
- Automated testing is conducted wherever possible
- Automation test scenarios are identified and converted in to scripts that are run on every build without manual intervention to ensure that the build is in testable state.
OUR METHODOLOGY – MULTI BUILD MODEL
The Multiple Build model has been devised and developed to address customer requirements at different phases of the software development life cycle. This model encompasses an incremental testing methodology in order to accelerate the development time.
In this model requirements are first documented and a high level design is executed to envision and plan the entire process. Next a detailed design is created and various testable subsystems are constructed and scheduled at different phases in the engagement. Once all the subsystems are developed testing is conducted on the complete system to ensure its functionality. Once the testing is successful the first build is delivered to the customer.
For the next build, the customer’s feedback is incorporated along with the basic requirements to create a high level design and the remaining process is carried out as before. This process is repeated for all the builds until each and every requirement and concern of the customer is accurately incorporated and the final product is delivered and accepted by the client.