• Functional Testing

    The ongoing technological sophistication and evolving user needs place more demands on the current-day software solutions. Software and platforms have to integrate more functionalities and perform increasingly complex tasks without error. This strain on performance and system integration creates a potent environment for bugs and errors, which lower user experience and give companies an undesirable reputation.

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  • Load & Performance Testing

    Systems are praised for their endurance, response time and performance in accordance to user expectations. You can’t risk sacrificing performance and efficiency in this competitive day or age. Quality House brings you the most comprehensive performance testing process on the market as our ISTQB-certified specialists run your software through a series of test scenarios of Olympic difficulty.

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  • Regression & Retesting

    Retesting and regression testing are later-stage additions in software testing to establish how successful test scenarios are and whether any new defects have been introduced. Think of the two processes as ironing out any remaining wrinkles in your code. It’s a key double check to make sure software meets its own requirements.

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  • Test Automation

    Time is money and nowhere is time more expensive than in the software markets, where large companies and startups alike compete by the hundreds for end consumers. When there’s such a small window of success, you can’t risk coming in second.
    How do you compress testing to a significantly shorter period? You rely on Test Automation – the technique that scales down labor, time and resources in favor of significant results.

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  • Security Testing

    Identifying security vulnerabilities is an immensely important task in the testing process. This, in turn, can be used for exposing security loopholes in the system. A great proactive approach to managing your company's security can be penetration testing. This step is crucial to safeguard your important data from the attackers.

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  • Acceptance Testing

    Acceptance Testing comes as the finishing touch at the end of software testing. Whereas all previous testing activities – Functional, Performance, Usability and Regression Testing – are on the hunt for defects, bugs and errors, Acceptance testing assesses the system’s readiness for deployment and use.

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