If you are building QA Practice from ground-up or looking to improve Maturity of your Testing, it might help to adopt a three-pronged approach towards it. Especially in the age of Agile, incremental changes go a long way and your Organization will be able to measure these changes as they happen and you can tailor it for Cross-functional Success. Lets talk a little bit about each of these focus areas:
Easily the most used QA terminology! It helps to look at Processes as not necessarily being an intrusive element but a means to practically apply & implement QA across a product’s lifecycle. Trying to answer some of these questions will help you devise your own Processes that best fits your team. Be Agile, Be Flexible!
It is quite important to have a QA Landscape that aligns with your Organization. Does your Org issue management system able to integrate with a Test & Defect management system? If you are in a IV&V model, you can be creative with your tools selection, tools that can support Manual Testing & Documentation but also integrate with your Test Automation solution. It is also critical to think of Cloud infrastructure, in terms of Cross platform & Device testing capabilities, an Application Performance Monitoring system & Performance Engineering solutions. Perform tool feasibility studies before you present solutions for approval. Also, Be Agile, Be Iterative in Implementation!
At Genisys, we have been providing Technology services for 30+ years to Clients across North America & UK. We have a solid QA Engineering team who work on solving these problem statements and have ready to deploy solutions. We specialize in Modernized QA & shift-left frameworks.