Quality Assurance

Quality Assurance

QA and software testing services aim to ensure that software fully
meets its requirements and user expectations. One River has provided
full-range QA services within rigid deadlines to help
our customers deliver high-quality software in quick releases

One River's QA and Testing Services

Note: QA and testing services differ in the scope of activities involved. QA is a wider domain and includes testing activities as well as:

  • Catering for software requirements testability.
  • Testing risks’ management.
  • Promoting the quality-centered approach to software development.
  • Enabling efficient collaboration between the QA and the development team, etc.

QA Outsourcing

ScienceSoft can take charge of the entire quality assurance process providing the following services:

  • Designing a QA strategy and a test plan.
  • Analyzing the relevancy of test automation for the project and calculating its ROI.
  • Building all relevant testing activities into the SDLC and performing them.
  • Providing regular test reports and reports on the QA team’s performance.
  • Managing the testing team and enhancing its performance.

QA Consulting

ScienceSoft’s QA consultants help eliminate QA process constraints, achieve higher QA maturity and efficiency by providing the following services:

  • QA process setup.
  • QA process audit and improvement.
  • QA consulting to obtain software, process, or QA maturity certifications.
  • Test automation consulting and setup.
  • Consulting on testing a specific software type (e.g., IoT, big data, SaaS software).
  • Performing relevant testing activities.
  • Training the in-house QA team.

Pricing : T&M/T&M with a cap.


We Provide Outsourced IT Services For Your Business

Appropriate for your specific business, making it easy for
you to have quality IT services. What We Do

Managed testing services

ScienceSoft’s testing team is managed by your in-house QA manager. Our test engineers take over a part or the whole scope of testing activities, including:

  • Setting up a test environment.
  • Preparing test data.
  • Developing test cases.
  • Executing tests.
  • Submitting and describing defects in a defect tracking system of your choice.
  • Providing regular test reports and reports on the QA team’s performance..

Pricing : T&M/T&M with a cap.

One-time testing

ScienceSoft’s testing team goes for a single round of testing activities that can include:

  • Functional testing.
  • Compatibility testing.
  • Localization testing.
  • Performance testing.
  • Usability testing.
  • Security testing.

Pricing : T&M/T&M with a cap or a fixed price.


Quality Assessment

ScienceSoft’s IT professionals
  • Manual code review and automated code audit to ensure code’s quality and adherence to coding conventions.
  • Checking your software compliance with relevant standards and regulations (e.g., HIPAA, GAMP, PCI DSS, GLBA, GDPR, etc.).
Depending on the scope and complexity of required services, the testing activities can be performed by:
  • One River testing teams that consist of a QA manager and a flexible number of test engineers (from 1+2 to 1+5).
  • Individual self-managed test engineers of scalable number (from 1 to 6 testing professionals).

Pricing : T&M or a fixed price.


Test Automation for Better Quality Outcomes

We combine manual and automated testing and apply our experience with trusted automation frameworks to help you accelerate releases, increase test coverage, and find more bugs before they enter production.

Test Case design ⇒ Manual Testing ⇒ Automated test development for repetitive tasks ⇒ Exploratory testing to create new test cases ⇒ Automated test maintenance

Our test automation offer includes
  • Test automation strategy development.
  • Test environment setup and configuration.
  • Automated test data generation.
  • Automated UI testing.
  • API testing.
  • Performance testing.
  • Test script migration form legacy frameworks.
  • CI/CD pipeline implementation.

KPIs to Measure Testing Progress & Team Performance

We tailor KPI suites for each testing project with regard to its specifics (development methodology, the architecture of software under test, applicable testing types, etc.).

A typical KPI suite may include:

  • Percentage of software requirements covered by test cases.
  • Average and total number of created test cases.
  • Average and total number of updated test cases.
  • Number of executed test cases (for projects with development and testing going in parallel, this metric includes test cases planned for the current iteration and regression tests).
  • Average and total number of found defects.
  • Effort variance (the ratio between actual and estimated testing efforts).
  • Percentage of issues reported by software users or found during user acceptance testing (for projects with development and testing going in parallel).

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