Produce High-quality Software on Time. Every Time.
Generating thoroughly tested, bug-free code can be costly, time-consuming, and challenging. But it doesn't have to be. For nearly 20 years, we have been singularly focused on providing offshore and nearshore QA orthogonal array testing that consistently exceeds our customers’ expectations, generating the highest customer satisfaction scores in the industry.
By concentrating on solving our customers' biggest outsourcing challenges:
- Rapid onboarding due to our extensive training programs
- Deep domain knowledge because of our extremely high staff retention rates
- Offshore teams that work like in-house teams due to communications protocols developed and perfected over many years and across hundreds of customers
- Seamless working relationships between in-house engineering and offshore QA testing teams because once an engineer is assigned to a team, that engineer is dedicated to that team for the duration of the engagement
- Testing expertise that can be relied upon due to our commitment to developing and applying industry-leading best practices
How We Do Orthogonal Array Testing
Commonly known as OATS, orthogonal array testing is vital when we need to test client's system performance with many data inputs. We maximize test coverage by pairing and combining the inputs and testing the system with for more extensive coverage in less time.
For example, whenever an airline ticket has to be verified, factors such as – the number of passengers, ticket number, seat numbers, and flight numbers have to be tested. In this case, testing each input can become very time-consuming. However, when we combine inputs, the testing process can be completed much sooner.
Ee look at three aspects when doing orthogonal array testing:
- Runs – Number of rows in the array, which translates into the number of test scenarios that will be generated.
- Factors – Number Of columns in the array, which translates into the maximum number of tests that can be handled.
- Levels – Maximum number of values that can be taken on any single test scenario.