Quality Assurance is the center of the wheel in ICT division of an organization. It is a hub of activity and information. As such a lot of information flows through it and needs to be communicated to the appropriate groups, at the appropriate time and in a way that is easily understood. It needs to be in the correct language.
Why you need Software Testing?
It is a smart thing to do
Testers provide information of the findings from executing tests.
This provides insight into the products readiness for use and its acceptance for use
by the customers.
This information is used to determine perceived quality.
It is good to have when you really need it
Testing is “preventative medicine” or insurance for a company
Testing is one of the best ways to help a company to reduce rework, reduce release
cycles and minimize the loss of money during a project or after release.
It minimizes the effects of the cost-to-fix curve.
Finally, testing provides “soft” rands benefits to a company and allows it to keep
more of its revenue.
Who needs this QA Information?
Typically testers think it is only development, project management and the end-user
customer. But our Testers understands that we provide this information also to:
Technical support/customer service