Quality Assurance

Quality assurance refers to planned and systematic production processes that provide confidence in a product’s suitability for its intended purpose. It is a set of activities intended to ensure that products satisfy customer requirements in a systematic and reliable manner. Quality assurance is characterized by “fit for purpose” (the product should be suitable for the intended purpose) and “right first time” (mistakes should be eliminated).

While your IT department professionals are designing, developing, and testing software products to cater to the needs of your customers, you may still desire to get these products thoroughly tested by an independent professional organization. This will not only increase the reliability of product deployment but also reduce cost.

The overall test process is based on the fact that a comprehensive test strategy is defined, documented and agreed with project stakeholders. The Test Strategy defines why the organization tests things, what is important to the organization (i.e. costs, quality, time, scope) and how, by whom and when testing should be carried out. The test process is referred to in the test strategy and adhered to during the test planning, test analysis and test design, test build and test execution sub-processes and the process steps required within each sub-process. At Ojasin, focus on testing starts with inception phase.

Ojasin provides complete suite of manual and automated functional testing services, delivered throughout the Software Development Life Cycle. We guarantee quality software and provide bug-free product compliance with all functional requirements.

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