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Our testing framework, backed by a well defined and structured methodology offers comprehensive guidelines to ensure that effective quality checks occur at every point of the project development lifecycle.
HIPL's software testing Methodology solution provides direction, planning and documentation to help your organization manage and deploy defect-free applications, enhancements and maintenance cost-effectively with minimal risk and maximum confidence.
Our dedicated team of skilled software testers, provide you with a full range of quality assurance services (QA), including software quality consulting, test planning, test execution and reporting, control of software development processes.
In delivering Testing services, we incorporate stringent verification and validation practices that provide businesses with varied benefits, like:
"We Strive to meet customer expectations at all times with quality deliverables and improvise to exceed expectations".
What we do:
Skill Sets of the HIPL Quality Control Team:
The focus of this type of testing on the evaluation of the Functional Requirements of software is known as Black-box testing.
Integration testing is a systematic testing technique for uncovering errors related to interfacing between various Units tested.
Each time a new module is added as a part of Integration Testing, the software changes. These changes may cause problems with modules that previously worked flawlessly. To ensure that changes have not propagated unintended side effects some tests are re-executed and this is known as Regression Testing.
Software testing automation means controlling the execution of software tests, setting the preconditions of these tests and controlling test processes with the help of a tools.
On release of a version/build/patch for testing, a document stating information regarding the current release such as Changes made, defect status, Features to be tested etc. is provided with every release. This document is called Release Note Document.