PROCESS DESIGN
Provides an Integrated and Comprehensive Approach

iMentus provides an integrated and comprehensive approach to product quality management.

In today’s competitive time cost alone is not going to be a factor behind the success or failure of a product. It is going to be Product Quality. A high-quality product will ensure a long-term relationship between the supplier and the customer ensuing business benefits for both parties.

QA Testing Process

QA testing is used by companies to ensure their software is performing per its specifications. Testing makes use of manual and automated tests to measure performance, find bugs, and to measure quality control.

Requirements Analysis

Before performance testing can begin, a QA team needs to determine what they’re going to test. A requirements doc is created that includes the platforms, modules, and instructions for what the QA team is going to test.

Creating a test plan

The test plan shows in detail how your team is going to perform tests. This will outline the manual and automated tests to be performed.

Designing Test Cases

The test cases are a predetermined series of steps your QA testers will follow during the QA process. These can range from simple inspections of website interactions to more advanced tests focused on integration use cases.

Running Test Cases

Once testing starts, your team finds and logs any performance issues or bugs that might occur. As they go through each test case, they’ll highlight anything that’s broken so your engineers can focus on fixing the issues.

Reporting

Once the QA team is done with their tests, they’ll create a report showing the bug fixes, outstanding issues to be resolved, and the results of regression tests.
Manual QA
The Process of Testing Features

Manual testing is the process of testing features and functions from an end-user perspective. Unlike automated testing, manual testing is done by humans. A tester follows a set of predetermined cases to ensure consistent testing and reports on the software performance.

Automated QA Testing

Automated testing is the opposite of manual testing. Instead of relying on a human to run tests, the software is used to automate the testing process. Tests are written and run to measure performance and find potential issues.

Reflect Makes QA Testing Easier

The most important thing is to actually establish the QA process. This means that everyone should know and ideally, agree who will test the different parts of your application. In our scenario, let’s say that developers are required to test their changes in staging. This means that developers would merge and deploy their changes to the staging environment and then create tests for those changes in Reflect.

Respond To Testing Failures

Inevitably, some of your tests will fail over time. Whether it’s intentional application changes or unexpected side-effects of using a new layout framework, you’ll receive email or Slack notifications for failing tests. A primary goal of Reflect is to make it easy to respond to such failures. Reflect’s test result view includes all of the information you need to confirm the issue, reproduce the issue and identify the root cause of the problem.

Effective Process

Today, the management of product quality has become an integral part of the product development lifecycle. Every product organization is laying stress on building an effective process that is well supported by systems to enforce stringent quality management of their products.

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