Test Engineering & QA

We provide stand alone test engineering and software quality assurance services. For testing and QA, we use the same approach, methodology, and tools that we use for our custom application development and integration services, which are summarized below:




The scope of software testing often includes examination and execution of code in various environments and conditions. A testing team may be separate from the development team.


We have a well-defined testing life cycle, which is applicable to all testing scenarios, and ensures that we:


  • Obtain all relevant inputs
  • Carry out planning adequately
  • Perform executions as planned
  • Obtain, review, and monitor results
  • Define interfaces into the overall quality management processes and project delivery phases


The test plan document consists of the following information:

Release to Production


Once the bugs are fixed, another release is given to QA with the modified changes:


  • Regression testing is executed
  • Once QA assures the software, the software is released to production
  • Before releasing to production, another round of top-level testing is done
  • The testing process is an iterative process, retesting after bugs are fixed
  • Total number of features to be tested
  • Testing approaches to be followed
  • Testing methodologies
  • Number of man-hours required
  • Resources required for the whole testing process
  • Testing tools that are to be used
  • Test cases, etc.


The test design is represented pictographically with the test stages summarized as:


  • Identify different modules of the software
  • Identify the paths connecting all the modules


Then the design is drawn. The test design is the most critical one, which decides the test case preparation, assessing the quality of the testing process.


Test Cases Preparation


Test cases should be prepared based on the following scenarios:


  • Positive scenarios
  • Negative scenarios
  • Boundary conditions
  • Real world scenarios

Test Execution and Bugs Reporting


Once the unit testing is completed and the code is released to QA, the functional testing is done:


  • Top-level failures testing is done at the beginning
  • If any top-level failures occur, the bugs will be reported to the developer immediately to get the required workaround
  • The test reports will be documented properly and the bugs have to be reported to the developer after the testing is completed