Software Testing

Software Testing

UMS provides end-to-end Quality Assurance expertise covering various SDLC methodologies. Software Testing is formulated on the basis of the validation and verification each step of the development lifecycle is a critical success factor to the quality of testing.

UMS offers testing services to address wide ranging client requirements from understanding business requirements to optimizing quality and performance using the following software testing methodologies:

Manual Testing

  • Functional Testing
  • Non – Functional Testing
  • System Integration Testing
  • Usability Testing
  • User Acceptance Testing
  • Performance Testing (Load/Stress)
  • Test Automation/ Automated
  • Regression Testing

  • Key Conclusions derived from this framework include:

    • The process of verification and validation must be built in at each stage of the SDLC
    • Testing must begin earlier in the SDLC to optimise testing time within the SDLC
    • Integration promotes healthier communication , knowledge sharing and higher quality of testing

    • UMS uses the Framework of the SQA Lifecycle as test methodology for the application of software testing. It includes core testing activities that are aligned to best practices and is sequenced accordingly to ensure optimal integration to the SDLC. It optimises testing time within the SDLC by ensuring that core testing activities are performed early in the SDLC and is based on extensive research of international testing standards and best practices.

    Methodologies

    UMS offers testing services to address wide ranging client requirements from understanding business requirements to optimizing quality and performance using the following software testing methodologies:

    Manual Testing

    Manual testing is done when software is manually tested without using any automated tool or any script. UMS Testers take over the role of an end user and test the Software to identify any un-expected behaviour or bug. UMS Testers use test plans, test cases or test scenarios to test the software to ensure the completeness of testing.

    Test Automation/ Automated Regression Testing

    Test Automation, is when the tester writes Test Scripts and uses another software to test the software. This process involves automation of a manual process. Automation Testing is used to re-run test scenarios that were performed manually, quickly and repeatedly. Apart from regression testing, Automation testing is also used to test the application from load, performance and stress point of view. It increases the test coverage, improve accuracy, saves time and money in comparison to manual testing

    Tools