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Quality Assurance

Think about the Quality Assurance (QA) process as you would the process of film making. First, it is necessary to write or obtain a film script. Next, comes the preparation for and actual filming of that script. Last, all of the material that has been created must be edited. Quality Assurance testing is similar to the final phase of film-making. It’s where everything that has been developed is sorted, edited, tested and improved as necessary. It’s the final step to make sure that your product or “movie” makes sense, hits your targeted goals and functions smoothly and efficiently. It’s the difference between creating a blockbuster movie or a straight to video flop.


The QA process is the testing process that enables software validation and verification, a diagnostic, used to ensure accurate and problem-free implementation (based on customer requirements). In other words, it is a process that assures that "the right things" are implemented (according to customer requirements) and that they are implemented in the right way ("bug free").

QA is an independent verification and validation process, separate from development and unit testing. We apply our QA services as part of the end to end Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC), or we offer QA consulting on an pre-existing system.

We provide a full range of QA:
- Functional Testing
- System Integration Testing
- Security and Penetration Testing
- Performance Testing
- Acceptance Testing


Please see the objective you will achieve, the benefits you will have and the deliverables you will get by hiring us to do the QA.


  • QA as a two-fold process: (i) to ensure that business needs are met - test scenarios according to business requirements and (ii) to  ensure that the implemented Information System (IS) works appropriately
  • QA  beginning in the early steps of SDLC; to help better meet the requirement specification (RS) and detect any flaws early on
  • The quality assurance process to include testing of each module as well as integration testing between modules, and overall system testing.
  • The quality assurance process to occur on two sides: supplier’s and customer’s side.


  • Increased efficiency
  • Reduce Waste and Errors
  • Reduce Cycle Times
  • Cost cutting
  • Higher service quality
  • Customer satisfaction
  • Lower support costs
  • Lower turnover and better morale
  • Reduced rework to meet user requirements


  • Test Cases - scenarios according to which the testings will be conducted
  • Test Plan - including simultaneous development and testing throughout the entire implementation of the software
  • Test reports - containing the findings, issues, bugs and places for improvement tagged with a priority (high, medium/normal, minor)