Exploratory Testing: Go Outside the Box
QualityLogic’s exploratory testing services gives your team the full picture, so they can fix defects and discover any collateral damage. We take a risk-based approach to exploratory testing to find critical bugs that might not be found through traditional, scripted testing.
Exploratory Testing is Crucial
Save time and money with exploratory testing. QualityLogic’s experts trace defect symptoms to their cause. Then they follow them to other, seemingly unrelated symptoms, so your development team can quickly resolve problems. QualityLogic gives your developers:
- All of the identifiable causes of a defect, including possible issues with the development process that resulted in creation of the defect
- Code dependencies that cause the effects of a bug to spread to apparently unrelated aspects of the system
- “What if” scenarios, such as, “If this circumstance is repeated with this alteration, how do the issues appear?”
- Feature and code change feasibility through a quality engineering study of the systemic effects of those changes
Thanks again for all your hard work. You guys are finding things we would never find.
Cost Control for Your Software Testing Project
To control your costs, QualityLogic uses a multi-dimensional approach to software quality. We employ three different levels of test technician skills and three more levels of QA engineering expertise, all managed by QA project managers. You minimize your test project costs because we scale different skill levels to match test process complexity. You get the testing expertise you need but never pay for a higher level than the task demands. Find out more about working with us.
Safeguard Your Brand with Our Software Testing Services
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Exploratory Testing for Your Agile Team
Agile development depends on rapid iteration and release. From the agile quality point of view, every change in the system must be tested as close as possible to the time the change is made. This lowers the risk of late defect detection and the associated costs. Exploratory testing then becomes an efficient tool in agile development by reducing the time spent authoring and preparing tests, while optimizing feedback time. In this manner, exploratory testing aligns with the Agile manifesto’s second value: “working software over comprehensive documentation”.