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15 January '15 | Anil Venkat

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14 January '15 | Manesh Rajendran

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13 January '15 | Anil Gandharve

The New Omnichannel Dynamic: Finding Core Principles Across Industries

13 January '15 | Debjyoti Paul

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02 December '14 | Anshuman Singh

Apple Pay – The Best Is Yet To Come

02 December '14 | Indy Sawhney

Digital transformation is a business transformation enabled by technology

01 December '14 | Amit Varma

3 Stages of FATCA Testing and Quality Assurance

06 October '14 | Raman Suprajarama

3 Reasons why Apple Pay could dominate the payments space

18 September '14 | Gaurav Johri

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05 August '14 | Debjyoti Paul

The Dos and Don’ts of Emerging Technologies Like iBeacon

30 July '14 | Debjyoti Paul

What You Sold Us On – eCommerce Award Finalist Selections

17 July '14 | Anshuman Singh

3 Steps to Getting Started with Microsoft Azure Cloud Services

04 June '14 | Koushik Ramani

8 Steps to Building a Successful Self Service Portal

03 June '14 | Giridhar LV

Innovation outsourced – a myth or a mirage or a truth staring at us?

13 January '14 | Ramesh Hosahalli

What does a mobile user want?

03 January '14 | Gopikrishna Aravindan

Benefits of an output based testing model

Posted on: 19 August '13

In our whitepaper titled “Moving Towards an Output Based Testing & Pricing in QA” we present a methodology and a maturity model to arrive at an output based pricing structure for your organization.

The benefits of the model include:

  • Knowing the pricing at the point of work allocation: Instead of going through detail estimates at the point of allocating the work, we know what is the QA effort expected and the associated SLAs.
  • Skin in the game: Once the improvement goals are mutually discussed and agreed upon, and by translating them to future SLAs and pricing, we build a vested interest to achieve the goals for both customer and partner.
  • Less time in non-core activities: Both clients and partners spend less time in thinking through the value adds, future saving and resource details because they all have been translated as SLA or price.

Independent testing

Read our whitepaper titled “Moving Towards an Output Based Testing & Pricing in QA” to learn more about setting it up for your organization.