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Deliver Great Experiences with Onshore Automation Testing Services

What do happy customers, great software, and speedy releases have in common? A team that understands the value of a strong automation strategy and the means to leverage automation to improve quality and release velocity. QualityLogic’s automation experts guide organizations in developing a sensible approach to test automation, recommending tools/frameworks, and providing the QA team to get automation off the ground. With our onshore QA automation team, you can delight your customers and reduce your long-term QA costs.

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Excel with a Smarter Approach to Test Automation Services

Test automation is transformative, allowing engineering teams to accelerate their release velocity, improve product quality, and drive down QA costs long-term. It is easy, however, to make very costly mistakes unless you have experts there to guide you.

QualityLogic specializes in test automation strategy and thought leadership while providing the turnkey automated testing team needed to deliver results.

Why Leading Organizations Rely on QualityLogic

Thoughtful Automation

  • Be strategic: Automation mistakes are expensive. Our industry experts help you understand the ROI, define the right strategy, and choose the right tools and frameworks.
  • Engage onshore teams: Achieve the true integration needed to make automation successful by working with U.S.-based experts who align with your team’s hours, language, and culture.
  • Experience seamless integration: Our teams integrate with your tech stack to enable you to take over at any point, and we integrate with your SDLC and processes to make coordination effortless.

Superior Outcomes

  • Reduce risk: By partnering with the most experienced automation team in the business, one who offers support with no long-term commitments and guaranteed performance, you can move forward with confidence.
  • Release faster: Accelerate your releases by working with a team who specializes in continuous integration / continuous delivery (CI/CD) and agile test automation.
  • Get ahead: Lead the market by leveraging experts who blend tried-and-true practices with industry-leading technologies and continuous innovation.

Test Automation Support Options for Every Need

We work with you to identify the support that best fits your needs. With our flexible engagement model, you can leverage our automated software testing services to fit your requirements, timeline, and budget.

Automation Evaluation

Not sure where to start? Our experts help you decide what to automate, what tools and frameworks to select, and what automation strategies are best. Sometimes automation isn’t ideal – we help you understand that, too. We’ll discuss the long-term ROI, and we can even provide a free service estimate to complete the work.

Automated Framework and Test Suite Development

Get a head start with automation by having our team build a turnkey test automation solution for you. We will develop the initial test automation framework and test scripts in technology your engineering team is comfortable in, allowing you to easily manage the automation internally once

Ongoing Feature Support and Maintenance

Sometimes it’s easier to keep your teams focused on development while outsourcing test automation to teams that specialize in this. QualityLogic can establish a dedicated, ongoing QA engineering team to provide ongoing automation in support of new feature releases while also maintaining end-to-end automated regression suites.

Providing full-time support on biweekly releases, QualityLogic has provided the consistent value of an in-house partner. Their multi-channel communication allows for effective remote collaboration. Customers will encounter an external QA firm that is committed to excellence.
Gennady Stinerman QA Manager, Spin

Turn Users to Promoters with Automation-Backed Releases

Many businesses understand that automation is the future, but so few are successful in properly implementing and unleashing its full value. QualityLogic provides the shortcut: strategy and execution bundled into one, fully-managed turnkey team – all here in the United States. Let us know how we can help.

Software Testing Automation Services and Capabilities

QualityLogic provides a variety of QA automation testing services for web, mobile, and desktop applications. Frontend and backend / API automation is typically provided for greater granularity and insight into potential defects. These services are also directly integrated with your software development lifecycle, whether that is a highly iterative model like agile, lean, or CI/CD, or waterfall delivery. No matter the situation, QualityLogic is here to help make your test automation initiative a success.

Web Automation Services

QualityLogic provides automated software testing services for websites and web applications, ranging from complex SaaS solutions (e.g. CRM, ERP, CMS, LMS systems) through to eCommerce or digital media streaming products. We are language-agnostic and develop automation to suit what our clients are most comfortable in. Our teams work in Python, Ruby, Java, JavaScript, C#, and more. We are also highly experienced across a variety of frameworks, although many clients prefer utilizing Selenium or language-specific frameworks like Cypress. No matter the scenario, our teams are here to help

Mobile App Test Automation Services

QualityLogic provides mobile test automation services for iOS and Android. Our teams are experienced in automation for both hybrid apps and native apps. We tailor our test automation approach to the tech stack of our clients and have experience across a wide range of tools and frameworks, including:

  • Appium
  • TestComplete
  • Espresso
  • XCUI Test
  • Kotlin
  • Swift

Perspectives on Automated Testing

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Frequently Asked Questions About Test Automation

  • How do I choose the best software testing tool for test automation?

    Choosing the best software testing tool for automation depends on many factors, including your tech stack, budget, and platforms. There are many open-source automation tools available like Selenium, WebdriverIO, and Cypress, as well as commercial automation tools like Katalon Studio, Mabl, and Testim. It’s usually best to devise a list of your requirements and then compare how well various tools align.

    Alternatively, QualityLogic works with a wide variety of tools and can make recommendations based on your unique needs.

  • What are the pros and cons of software test automation?

    The significant benefit of test automation is speed and the ability to execute a series of user behaviors consistently. This allows developers to receive rapid feedback on their code which accelerates releases and improves overall product quality. The drawback of automation is it is initially more time-consuming and costly than manual testing. If applied to product areas that are subject to a high degree of change, or if the code is not developed using industry best practices like page object model, automation can also be costly to maintain.

    If a product area is unlikely to see significant change and automation will replace highly repetitive, long-term manual efforts, it usually makes sense to automate. If this isn’t true, manual testing may be a more cost-effective option.

    QualityLogic helps clients define their test automation strategy and understand the ROI of an automation effort. QualityLogic recommends which product areas to automate or test manually and can supply turnkey testing teams to support these efforts.

  • What are the most popular programming languages for automation?

    Python, Ruby, JavaScript, Java, C#, and PHP are popular programming languages for automation. QualityLogic works with clients in their own language to make it easy for internal teams to maintain.

  • How do you choose what test cases to automate?

    Deciding what test cases to automate comes down to impact. It is typically best to automate critical workflows first and then work out to less critical or peripheral workflows. Similarly, it is best to build automated testing around happy path workflows and incorporate negative tests, edge cases, and corner cases as appropriate. These approaches can be applied once the product area has been determined to be a good candidate for automation.

    QualityLogic works with clients to recommend test case prioritization strategies and to develop automated test suites that deliver maximum value as soon as possible.

  • Can everything be automated?

    Not everything can be automated, and not everything should. Test automation is best applied to product areas that are not undergoing regular and significant change, the rationale being that the test automation will need to be modified to account for the changes. Test automation is also best applied to tasks that are highly repetitive as that is likely to save the most time and provide the greatest cost benefit. Automation is initially time-consuming and expensive to produce, so it usually makes sense to consider the ROI in terms of how easy the automation will be to maintain once developed and the time and cost it will save post-implementation.

    QualityLogic assists clients in understanding what the long-term ROI of automation is and provides QA engineering teams to develop the test automation framework and suite of automated test scripts. QualityLogic can support clients with manual testing services for any product areas not suited to automation.

  • How do I reduce the maintenance of test automation?

    To reduce the time, cost, and effort of test automation, it’s typically best to build automation in a highly modular, reusable fashion using page object model. XPath or CSS Selector strategies increase the maintenance of test automation as changes are needed more often as pages are modified. It is also worth automating product areas or workflows which are unlikely to be significantly modified. If the workflow or product area is subject to frequent change, manual testing may be better until these areas become stable.

    QualityLogic develops test automation for clients using page object model and modular code where possible, based on industry best practices. Our core focus is to develop automated test suites for clients which require as little maintenance as possible, thereby reducing the total cost of QA.

  • How are test automation results reported?

    Test automation results can be reported directly into a software application like Jira or Azure DevOps, rendered via a reporting framework Allure, or rendered via HTML or emails. Automation can also be rendered directly in a CI/CD build system. QualityLogic tailors its automation reporting directly to the needs of our clients.