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The building blocks of testing

Quality Assurance and Software Testing

No project without quality assurance! Quality Assurance, i.e. various measures to ensure the fulfilment of jointly defined quality requirements, is part of our holistic approach. But why do we need a testing strategy at all, and what speaks for software testing? It is about software failures – and subsequently about money. Your money.

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The Rule of Ten for the costs of errors or bugs

Simply explained: Without testing, defects in the software can remain undetected until they come to bear in the actual application. Costs are incurred as a result of these failures. The costs associated with a discovered error or bug increase by a factor of 10 with each stage of development (Rule of Ten). Or in other words: The later we discover defects, the more expensive it will be for you to have them fixed.

valantic CX QA

by valantic Test management

With the right tests, it is possible to keep the number of undetected errors and bugs as low as possible – and thus reduce costs. What is needed in the first step is a well-chosen test strategy. Manual regression testing, automated E2E testing (end-to-end testing) or API testing? Our dedicated test team, consisting of ISTQB certified testers and test managers as well as test automation engineers, will be happy to support you in the following areas:

Quality Assurance? Absolutely!

Just give us a call!

Dr. Matthias Blauth - Lead Consultant

“Guten Tag” from Munich

+49 2173 849 889 12

Matthias Blauth

Reto Rutz - Lead Consultant

“Grüezi” from St. Gallen

+41 71 313 55 70

Reto Rutz

Dietmar Rietsch

"Servus" from Salzburg

+43 662 876 606 199

Dietmar Rietsch