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WWG guarantees its customers very high standards of QA (quality assurance) through a Software Quality Assurance process that includes: maintaining the quality of the project accordingly to company specifications and requirements, a series of in-depth tests both manual and automatic (automation testing, manual testing, web services testing, functional testing, unit testing, crowd testing) and an analysis of the test metrics to ensure customer all agreed features and functions are correctly implemented.
WWG is specialized in software quality assurance and ensures that services and products developed comply with the technological requirements and operate correctly. Moreover we ensure the entire system in which the software will be integrated will continue to work regularly. Accordingly to the Agile-Lean philosophy the software quality process requires that the testing stage of web services starts during product design, is designed to enhance the quality of the process and controls all aspects that contribute to ensure the quality of the software produced.
Here below our software quality assurance processes for Web Services:
WWG, after 20-year experience in quality software development, works with start-ups, small companies and large groups to ensure Quality Assurance and ensure value analysis regardless of the size of the company size. In some cases, automation is a suitable tool to support testing, for example if you count on the return of investments in your project, when the risk of testing software is itself translated into ROI increase or in the event that a mission critical situation means a loss of capacity leading to a possible reduction in business volume.
Automation tests greatly speed up software quality assurance analysis processes but they can never completely replace manual tests because it is never possible to have only one tool to identify any security issues, performance or improvement of the user experience. During the manual testing stage, a tester identifies as an end user, thinks about the user’s customer journey, starts using the software, knows the application in depth, hypothesizes new specific tests (exploratory tests, accessibility tests).
The organizations that want to grow are those that reach a high level of quality assurance and adopt a multidisciplinary approach to obtain it. All necessary actions and tests begin at the earliest stages of the software development (SDLC) life cycle, during conceptual work, and continue after its release. Staying competitive in a customer-centric business environment also means introducing an error detection system based on data analysis to optimize application usage. Performing functional tests on desktop, web and mobile applications is therefore a necessity.
The software quality teams are the real experts of the product since they closely follow its changes , report bugs and carry out audits. Having acquired a deep knowledge can become one of the weaknesses of the internal quality control teams. Once a tester gets very close to the product, it becomes resistant to problems that a user could easily notice. That’s why WWG uses some crowdsourcing platforms that offer crowdsourcing testing services that can report problems with browsers, operating systems and, in general, version problems detected only through tests in real conditions.
Among the features exposed by a server, Apis are able to communicate with each other or query databases. Since Apis are a key part of any new application, WWG pays special attention to functional testing, performance measurement, and validation and usability testing of Apis. The software testing, in this case, verifies that the integration takes place successfully and enables data, protocols and code related to the activity of the end user. Apis allow businesses to become more agile, and work to becomes more fluid, smart so that teams can work together in a simplified and integrated way.
QA software testing services start with an analysis of the project requirements and a clear definition of the Kpis (key performance indicators).
WWG customers and developers work together throughout all development processes because the testing environment consisting of manual tests and automated tests is the right context to take charge of the quality of a software.
Each problem is unique and requires a unique solution in software development, testing and maintenance. This kind of work that makes the most of software quality assurance requires motivated individuals, state-of-the-art test tools and truly state-of-the-art information-sharing tools.
WWG assigns development projects to motivated professionals. It offers them the environment and support they need. The goal is to achieve operational excellence and for this reason only those who are in possession of the ISTQB (International Software Testing Qualifications Board) certification, one of the most important international certification bodies in the field of Software Quality Assurance Process (QA) is included in the development teams.
The constant focus on technical innovation, operational excellence and good design through intense QA testing work increases agility, scalability and efficiency.
At regular intervals, the development team reflects on how to become more efficient, so they can tune and adjust their behavior during QA phases.
“The meeting with WWG was particularly proactive in terms of ideas and projects. I willingly give this testimony for the correctness of the relationship established and maintained with satisfaction.”
“The support of WWG in the years in which the publishing company has been operating has been fundamental, a precious and irreplaceable partner that has guaranteed an optimal daily operativity”
“In an “agile” software house like WWG we found the right interlocutor to analyze our processes and give us the evidence of the datas that can improve our activities. WWG, in addition, has been developing software for many years following the lean philosophy”.
We chose WWG because we needed a real technology partner. We were not looking for a simple service provider, but an interlocutor who understood our objectives well, the type of services we wanted to promote and turn into reality a new and ambitious project.