Transforming the way, you do functional testing by adapting reusability and automation to reduce time to market as well provide a holistic formula within your organization to bring this function of testing to the level it is required to advance your business.
We bring an element of Extending TDD to include Functional TDD. While Extending the Product Specification to take full advantage of Behaviour Driven Development & Domain Specific Languages to enable a common shared language between the Core technologies and disciplines.
Extending the life cycle of the Functional Test from Functional Test-Driven Development to Operation Support and coupling with DevOps processes can also provide important and fruitful advantages to reducing costs, time to market and tailored testing that is a true reflection of your software quality, enabling you to make the right decisions at the right time.
Requirement analysis is needed for any test strategy approach. During the planning phase we will look at various key delivery outputs that mould your Software quality assurance for optimal operations, for example, Estimation, Resourcing, Schedule, Phases & Cycles and Scope. Once this phase is complete, the team will focus on Specialised testing which is aligned with your current requirements to full end-to-end testing solution of your SDLC against your software quality assurance strategy. This will allow successful software quality assurance output that adheres to the quality’s gates set out in your SQA strategy and operational deliverables to ensure customer satisfaction.
Functional testing is a type of software testing that aims to validate the software's actions; to ensure customer requirements are met by ensuring it has all the required functionality that is specified within the functional requirements. Non Functional testing aims to validate the performance of the software to meet a customer's expectations.
Functional testing includes unit testing, integration testing, usability testing, system testing, sanity testing, smoke testing, interface testing, regression testing, beta or user acceptance testing and cross-browser testing.
Non functional testing includes baseline testing, compliance testing, documentation testing, endurance testing, performance testing, recovery testing, resilience testing, security testing, scalability testing, stress testing, load testing, reliability testing and volume testing.
Functional testing is important because it will always verify that your system is fixed and ready for release. Our QA and software testing services ensure you get a reliable product within time to market.
Here are just some of the tools used for functional testing; Selenium, QTP or UFT (Unified Functional Testing from HP), TestComplete, Ranorex Studio, Sahi Tool, Tosca Tool, Testing Whiz Tool and Watir Tool.