At TECHNIGENT, for each application or software that we design we create a quality assurance plan with carefully designed test cases.
Each and every element of the program is divided into separate parts and then analysed, designed, architected, developed, validated and tested.
This testing ensures quality assurance from each and every dimension of the software.
Our business analysts and designers test the design for browser compatibility, web standard observance, accessibility, and device compatibility.
At the development level, our developers ensure that the solution works according to the client’s requirements and that bugs are fixed at an early stage.
Before introducing new features into any system our team performs a regression test to check whether the code is running as expected. This test helps us avoid friction between the new and old features.
Sometimes, the new system might collapse while integrating with existing systems to pull up the real-time data. Using established benchmark testing methodologies like Sandwich Testing and Big Bang Testing, we make sure that the system works perfectly while integrating with the other systems.
Our main objective is to produce a user-friendly system with intuitive features and navigation. In the development cycle, system architects and business analysts ensure that the system clears the User Acceptance Test. Then our QA team will do the system testing to see if the user is able to use the system without difficulty.
The landscape of technology is changing every day, so you need to adapt your system accordingly. We create scalable systems that allow future enhancement. We also make sure that any performance issues that might arise don’t. For example, while providing mobile solutions, we do special testing to prevent against memory leakages.
Security is always the utmost priority at TECHNIGENT. We make sure that there are no hacking possibilities or security glitches in any software we develop. We protect the system from malicious attacks by implementing security measures including SQL Injection Testing, Penetration Testing, Risk Assessment, etc.