The first sensible step before starting to optimise quality assurance for your software development is to analyse the current state of affairs.
On request, I will develop a thorough as-is analysis for you:
An as-is analysis reflects the existing status quo. This analysis is rounded off by a concept, which identifies potential areas for improvement of your quality assurance measures.
On your request, further steps will be defined, which I will be pleased to implement as well. For example, coaching, training courses or project-related activities can be carried out directly on your premises. One thing you can always be certain of: the as-is analysis gives you an independent view of the processes which influence your quality assurance measures.
In software testing it is generally important to coordinate the tests and distribute the correct pieces of information to everyone involved in order to improve a product’s quality. more
In many cases the selection of the test method used for a specific software product determines a project’s success. more
Software is becoming increasingly complex and manual test tasks multiply. Often, it is necessary to carry out tests automatically, at least to some extent. more
If you or your team want to improve their skills in quality assurance, training courses or workshops are a suitable way to do so. more
When developing new software, not only the choice of the right system architecture is essential, but also professional requirements management. more