Testing is a comprehensive process, not just a phase. When QA is considered only as one of the many phases in the development process, you run the risk of disrupting the deadline and missing some crucial defects. At the final stage, companies are trying to bring together all types of testing and examine the product in all areas. In most cases, they face issues related to product safety, stability, and functionality.
That’s why we set up QA processes on each step of the Software Development Life Cycle. Such an approach allows us to drastically increase the client’s product quality and performance. Instead of overloading QA specialists with tests prior to product release, we plan testing flow in advance. As a result, we detect errors in the early stages, thereby speeding up and facilitating the fixing process.