Testing cannot be done ad-hoc, unplanned and as a fire-fighting exercise. It’s a user-driven world where quality, engagement and meticulousness are not bonus points but imperatives for anything you are serving out there.
It’s a push-button age that is far more demanding and relentless than any other generation of customers.
What we bring to the table is clearly compelling:
We are nimble, hungry and eager to understand your needs from your perspective; instead of slapping on vanilla answers that smell of a factory-approach. At CloudScaleQA, insights rule over commoditization; and the willingness plus ability to comprehend unique challenges, rather than blindly pushing done-and-dusted solutions, takes precedence.
As Forrester’s Diego Lo Giudice predicted ‘In How To Navigate A Crowded, Unconsolidated, And Fast-Transforming Market’ in 2017, in the next five years, smaller and nimbler players, that can more quickly adopt the new model, will challenge and disrupt many of the large and medium-size testing service players with thousands of manual testers.
The Forrester’s Q4 2016 Global Continuous Testing Services Online Survey led to profound reckonings on how and why AD&D pros should consider the medium-size and smaller players that offer more client intimacy and a faster transition to the new model. So yes, we proffer the ability and earnestness to listen well, the way only a small-and-evolving player can.
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.