In continuation to the blogs written by my colleague Nischal Varun on Testing in a connected world, I would like to elaborate upon the kind of testing platform that will meet the end to end needs of clients. To bring products to market successfully and meet customer expectations on the first try, a next-generation QA strategy needs to ensure predictable quality much earlier in the development process. Here are five key testing strategy components needed to meet the demands of a connected world:
What would next-generation connected-world testing look like? Well, it should include these capabilities:
Given the sophisticated tools and expertise required, it is no surprise that most QA organizations are considering the benefits of outsourcing their complex testing projects to highly specialized partners. As you move your testing practices to a more modern platform, look for a testing partner that is known for high-quality results and a “user-centric” approach that melds testing applications with customer experiences over multiple channels and platforms in distributed locations and networks.
To learn more about integrated test methodologies for a connected world, come and talk with us at STAREAST (Software Testing Analysis & Review East) conference May 3-8 at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center in Kissimmee, Florida. Or drop me a line here.
Mindtree will be delivering a technical presentation called ‘NexGen testing – Enterprise Test Delivery Platform’ at STAREAST on May 7 that corresponds to this topic. Visit our booth to learn how you can integrate design, CI and TestOps.