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 regression 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 Regression Testing
Due to their complexity, it is not unusual for software applications to behave unexpectedly when code changes have been made. This could be caused by the introduction or removal of features, or simply due to bug fixes. When regression testing client applications, we re-run relevant existing tests to make sure that all pre-existing functionality remains intact.
Whenever new code is pushed, either for a new feature or a bug fix, we identify the areas associated with the code change(s) and apply the associated regression tests. Our objective is to ensure that the application remains stable after the modification has been made.
Successful regression testing relies on the identification of the dependent modules and their associated test suites or scenarios and testing them. Our QA testing teams identify and then run test suites based on where code modifications have been made.
We do regression testing utilizing both manual tests and automation suites. Regression testing sign-off happens when the existing functionality is shown to be working correctly.