For example, it offers compatibility testing services, which is a type of software testing that focuses on evaluating the compatibility of a software application or system with different platforms, browsers, devices, and operating systems.
Compatibility testing services typically include:
- Platform compatibility testing: Testing the software on different operating systems (Windows, macOS, Linux, etc.) and hardware architectures (x86, x64, ARM, etc.) to ensure that it functions correctly and efficiently.
- Browser compatibility testing: Testing the software on different web browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge, etc.) to ensure that it works correctly on different browsers.
- Device compatibility testing: Testing the software on different devices (smartphones, tablets, laptops, etc.) to ensure that it works correctly on different screen sizes and resolutions.
- Interoperability testing: Testing the software’s compatibility with other systems, applications, or platforms to ensure that it can integrate and communicate with them correctly.
- Configuration testing: Testing the software with different configurations (hardware, software, network, etc.) to ensure that it works correctly under different conditions.
Compatibility testing services can be done manually or automated, and can be done on-site, off-site or offshore. The testing process typically begins with the identification and analysis of test scenarios and test cases, which are designed to simulate different types of platforms, browsers, devices, and configurations.
The firm also provides usability testing services, which is a type of software testing that focuses on evaluating the ease of use, navigation, and overall user experience of a software application or system. Usability testing services typically include:
- User interface testing: Testing the software’s user interface, including layout, navigation, and controls, to ensure that it is easy to use and understand.
- User acceptance testing: Testing the software with end-users to gather feedback on its usability and functionality.
- Task analysis: Analyzing the tasks that the software is intended to perform and evaluating how easily users can accomplish these tasks.
- Eye tracking: Using specialized tools to track the user’s gaze and eye movements to understand their interactions with the software.
- Heuristic evaluation: Using established usability principles to evaluate the software and identify any potential issues.
- A/B testing: Testing two or more variations of the software to determine which version is more usable and user-friendly.
- Remote testing: Testing the software with users remotely via online tools and platforms.
Usability testing services can be done manually or automated, and can be done on-site, off-site or offshore. It’s important to note that usability testing is an ongoing process, as users’ needs and expectations change over time, it’s necessary to test the software regularly to ensure that it remains user-friendly and meets the needs of the end-users.
The firm is also expert at test automation, which is a process of using software tools and scripts to automate the testing process, reducing the time and resources required for manual testing. Test automation services typically include:
- Test script development: Developing scripts and test cases that can be executed automatically by the test automation tools.
- Test execution: Running the automated test scripts on the software to identify any bugs or defects.
- Test reporting: Generating reports on the test results, including any bugs or defects that were identified.
- Test maintenance: Updating and maintaining the test scripts and test cases as the software changes.
- Test management: Managing and organizing the test scripts and test cases, and tracking their execution.
- Test framework development: Developing a framework or structure that can be used to organize and execute the test scripts.
- Test data management: Managing and organizing the test data that is used in the test scripts.
- Continuous testing: Automating the testing process to ensure that the software is tested at every stage of the development process.
Test automation services can be done on-site, off-site or offshore. The test automation process typically begins with the identification and analysis of test cases, which are then converted into automated test scripts. The test scripts are integrated into the software development process and are executed automatically as part of the build process. The test results are analyzed, and any issues are reported and tracked until they are fixed.
It’s important to note that test automation is not a substitute for manual testing, but rather a complement to it, as some types of testing, such as usability testing, are better performed manually.
Test automation can be done using different test automation tools, such as Selenium, Appium, TestComplete, etc.