Typ: Concepts

Continuous testing

Testing as process support Testing is planned, prepared, performed and evaluated in separate phases within the traditional software development process. However, when it comes to continuous testing the aim is to uncover any risks at the earliest possible point. Key features of continuous testing include: High degree of automation Clear assignment of (failed) tests to business …

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Testing digitization, digitizing tests

Paradigm shift More recently, digitization has become a revolutionary process that cannot be underestimated. Analog information and processes are disappearing. Not only are individual work phases being automated, but entire process chains are being run without human intervention. For insurance providers, the goal is no longer to create workflow systems in support of customer service …

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3-phase concept

From manual to machine Software testing checks whether business use cases and administrative processes are correctly displayed in the software. In many industries/companies these business use cases can be so complex that experts must be involved to verify them. Tests like these are tedious and time-consuming and when constantly repeated can place a strain on …

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Economic testing

A budget conscious approach Quality assurance experts often rightly point out the fact that saving on software testing can cause follow up costs. The best possible result must be achieved within budgetary and time constraints. Often the time to market can be more important than complete functionality. At other times, the user interface might have …

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