Every unhappy tech product is unhappy in its own way: some products suffer from post-production hot-fixing while others are drowning under stacks of unfixed bugs. And it’s only natural that even the most experienced development teams can fail to deliver bug-free applications.
The ever-growing avalanche of bug fixes and errors affects the performance of your product, which results in a gradual loss of clients.
How can you break this vicious circle?
Use QA testing services to comb through all newly developed features before they go into production, find where your clients drop out, and conduct a structured and scrupulous analysis of each and every corner of your product.
Download our whitepaper and see if you match with seven most common signs that a tech product needs a QA testing engineer.
Besides, our whitepaper discusses such important aspects of working with QA engineers as:
- A QA engineer’s role in a software development team
- Types of QA testing
- Important QA documentation
- A healthy balance between QA engineers and software developers
- Popular technologies and tools in the QA practice