Testing and Quality Assurance

Software quality assurance (SQA) consists of a means of monitoring the software engineering processes and methods used to ensure quality. The methods by which this is accomplished are many and varied, and may include ensuring conformance to one or more standards, such as ISO 9000 or a model such as CMMI.[1] It is a set of methods that try to ensure the quality of all projects in the software process. This includes standards and procedures that administrators may use to review and audit software products and activities to verify that the software meets standards. According to ISO/IEC 15504 v.2.5 (SPICE), it is a supporting process that has to provide the independent assurance in which all the work products, activities and processes comply with the predefined plans and ISO 15504

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To ensure quality in a software product, an organization must have a three-prong approach to quality management: Organization-wide policies, procedures and standards must be established. Project-specific policies, procedures and standards must be tailored from the organization-wide templates. Quality must be controlled; that is, the organization must ensure that the appropriate procedures are followed for each project. Standards exist to help an organization draft an appropriate software quality assurance plan. ISO 9000-3 (original), now ISO 90003 ANSI/IEEE standards External entities can be contracted to verify that an organization is standard-compliant.

  • Quality assurance
  • Our quality is guaranteed for 30 years
  • Software quality analyst
  • Bug and error knit picking
  • Load Testing
  • Functional and Unit Testing

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We put major emphasis in this phase and we treat it as one pf the most important parts of any project.

Our experienced engineers will help you avoid any possible obstacles and provide with detailed solutions on the technologies to be used, materials and important decisions in different situations.

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