Meeting definite user requirements and specifications is an acid test for any software. We take pride in being the frontrunners in this realm by delivering ace and adept Functional Testing Services. This is where we enable and empower our customers across several stages of software lifecycle by dovetailing testing objectives with business impact – but without sacrificing precision or perfection.
CloudScaleQA wields the inimitable match of experience and expertise that ekes out insights from a vast basket of projects undertaken and a huge string of challenges conquered.
We assure customers to address the nuances and imperatives of Functional Testing with a hawk-eyed approach to defects; handled through early-lifecycle-testing. But at the same time, we work relentlessly on shrinking testing costs, rework-burdens and on observing industry-standards, testing principles and quality-benchmarks with utmost diligence.
Our portfolio of strengths and solutions is vast and deep. It entails a staggering range of testing levels, techniques, tools; while complemented with ahead-of-the-curve test accelerators and methodologies.
From regression testing, acceptance testing, data verification testing to requirement-ambiguity testing and smoke testing; we have a foothold everywhere. We also keep an eye out for the latest enhancements and innovations in this domain. We strive to cater to a vast expanse of methodologies and industries, keeping our customers as agile and as flawless as they want their software to be.
Ours is a strategically-inclined, context-driven approach that views functional testing as a critical spoke in the software wheel. We take utmost care to take into account every tool, practice and requirement that can have ramifications on user experience.
Under the ambit of Functional Testing, we are well-furnished to offer:
Since the last decade or two, there have been tremendous changes in the software development methodologies. Varieties of tools besides agile development, extreme programming, and test-driven development have changed the philosophy and are still modifying how the software development takes place.
“Technology is like a fish. The longer it stays on the shelf, the less desirable it becomes.” Andrew Heller nailed it well. Technology has a tendency, after all, to move towards the oblivion of a shelf, unless this is actively addressed and redressed by both its makers and users.