The competition for today’s customer mind-share and the need to comply with increasingly complex regulations require flawless systems
Getting it Right the First Time and Every Time
Good customer experience satisfies the expectation of prompt personalization done perfectly. So, it is no wonder that the top executive business objective for QA & Software Testing is “enhance end-user satisfaction” (according to the World Quality Report 2018-19)
Additionally, increasing regulatory and compliance requirements mean that systems need to be as flawless as possible from the very beginning. Agile and DevOps models require more frequent test cycles and the diversity of platforms (mobile, web, and cloud) require more test passes to provide adequate coverage.
Ubiquitous Quality with Automation
Reduction in Regression Effort
Reducing the regression effort translates to faster time to market and less cost getting there
More Defects Captured
Customer experience scores are higher when the customer can use an app with no issues
Reduction of Test Data
Operations are optimized by using automation to eliminate redundant and obsolete tests
Next generation testing enables ubiquitous quality and supports the Agile and DevOps practices of leading businesses.
- Unattended and Auto-Triggered: Whenever your release happens, it will automatically kickoff tests and email results
- Always-On: Tests will always run automatically without fail – whether it’s a small release or a minor break-fix
- Automation of Processes: No debates whether code should progress to the next environment, it can just happen automatically
- Supplement Production Testing: Extend your quality coverage to production and support the monitoring required by true DevOps principles
RCG’s approach to ubiquitous quality starts small and starts fast. We plan where to start by working with you to determine where the most benefit can come from. We define measures of success in terms of velocity (effort or cost savings) and volume (test coverage increase).
Our QA & Testing roadmaps address strategy, process, types of automation, and innovation (including the application of AI and machine learning).
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