We apply an individual approach to check every part of your product before customers begin using it
Full-cycle testing
QA automation
QA consultations
We use automated testing and manual checks of every single component to minimize bags and other issues and ensure the highest possible quality
We test UI, code logic, and device compatibility for native and cross-platform mobile apps
We check UI and compatibility with popular browsers and common screen resolutions for web apps and similar solutions
We examine the backend, databases, and third-party services for correct work
Types of testing we offer
QA engineers at Exceed Team apply different strategies, methods, and tools to find bugs and issues in newly developed software
Functional Testing
This means checking a separate part and its functions. For example, we can check how a search system works and if it does what users expect
Non-functional Testing
This strategy is focused on how a product operates as a whole. For example, we can test user interface (compliance with designers’ prototypes), performance (how a product works if many users interact with it at the same time), or usability (convenience in comparison to competitors’ software)
Performance Testing
This type of testing finds out how many users can be handled simultaneously by an app or website. We write load and performance tests to check important characteristics like stability, speed, and reliability
Usability Testing
This type of testing means the comparison of several designs: your product’s and successful solutions’ from a similar market niche. The tests help locate crucial weaknesses in usability that will affect user experience and put customers off
Unit Testing and Integration Testing
We use the first type to test small units of code that run specific functions: the goal is to detect unnecessary lines of code to make it cleaner. The second type of testing is aimed to identify interactions between various components: for example, a payment integration working correctly and staying compliant with security protocols
Software testing workflow at Exceed Team
qa workflow
We start quality checks long before the product is ready: our QA engineers support every development stage. This approach helps us comply with quality standards and finish the work sooner, exceeding your expectations
Prior to the development process, our QA specialists revise all project requirements so that you wouldn’t get in a situation when urgent changes are needed and extra money is spent
This means making a detailed plan on testing objectives and tools. What’s also important, QA team determines the criteria of “product readiness” for each next sprint or development phase
Software tests
QA engineers test the implemented features after each sprint or phase. They detect bugs and create bug reports for developers, supervise compliance with project requirements, and make sure the code works well after the fixes
Smoke, load, and regression tests
Smoke tests are aimed at checking how the key functions work. Load tests are intended to register how a product performs under typical conditions. Regression tests are the most comprehensive of the three: they include a thorough examination of functionality, especially after some critical changes
Automated tests’ main function is to speed up the process, reduce the risk of human error and enhance the quality of product testing
Automated Backend Testing
It speeds up the backend logic checks and makes the API testing automated
Automated UI Testing
Helps quickly validate new User Interface layouts by automatically imitating the user behavior
QA engineers at Exceed Team use a wide range of tools for various tests and achieve efficient results
Manual testing tools
Android Studio
Automated testing tools
FAQ on Quality Assurance testing
Answering popular questions about our QA services, tools, and workflow
Do digital products always need testing?
Yes, absolutely. You shouldn’t move your product to a production server or app store until the proper QA testing is done and found issues are solved. Testing the software gives you the confidence to present it to stakeholders or a broad audience of users on the actual market.
What does a software testing service include?
This type of service includes finding bugs and code mistakes, checking usability and performance, ensuring compliance with requirements, and so on. A software development company performs all processes. You can order two main kinds of testing: functional (to see if a product completes its functions as expected) and non-functional (to test design and usability, load and performance, and so on).
Which one is better — manual or automated testing?
Both of them work great for their purposes. Manual checking is typically used at small- and medium-sized projects, while the large ones demand automated testing.
What are the different types of software testing services?
When it comes to automated checking, QA engineers usually apply End-to-end, Load, and Regression testing. Manual software tests include Usability, Ad-hoc, and Exploratory.
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