A flawed development project can have a disastrous effect on your brand’s reliability and income. Before you provide your clients with the final version, you must ensure that it is performing perfectly as per their specifications.
There are multiple instances where a small defect in an application led to tremendous financial losses. The effect doesn’t stop there, it spoils your brand’s reputation as well.
The agile methodology does not consider development and quality assurance as separate entities, rather it always stresses that both the teams work in coordination across different stages of development.
With a quality assurance team backing up the developers, the quality, completeness, and accuracy of a project can be gauged before it is distributed. Quality assurance (QA) testing is more important in development projects than you think. It detects defects in the early stages, helps save time and money, and keeps things smooth.
A proper QA testing process:
- Exposes inconsistencies
- Removes errors and redundancies
- Tests the software in a real-life environment
- Ensures project survival and longevity