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Testing Services

The Software Testing Team of TedLite comprises of skilled software testers who can conduct elaborate software testing using formal and exploratory approaches, employing test automation as and when useful at all layers.

Our flawless process, strict adherence to international standards, fully transparent functioning and flexible delivery models make us the most preferred testing partner to many technology companies, worldwide.

TedLite’s Quality Assurance and Testing services consider quality across the entire life-cycle regardless of whether you are using agile or waterfall delivery methodology.

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Cost-Effective

Testing any IT project on time helps you to save your money in the long run. In case the bugs are caught in the earlier stages of software testing, it costs less to fix.

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Product quality

It is an essential requirement of any software product. Testing ensures a quality product is delivered to customers.

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Security

It is the most vulnerable and sensitive benefit of software testing. People are looking for trusted products. It helps in removing risks and problems earlier.

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Customer Satisfaction

The main aim of any product is to give satisfaction to their customers. UI/UX Testing ensures the best user experience.

Functional Testing

Functional testing is a key element for enhancing the quality of the developed software. The experience and judgment of our skilled testers goes a long way in ensuring the quality of the final deliverables.

Under Functional testing we cover test planning as well as do Black-box testing (without automation) confined to checking: Functionality, Usability and Compatibility of software

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Mobile App Testing

Our Smart devices testing scope spans smart phones, e-readers, tablets, PDAs, notebooks as some of the major categories. With these evolving devices and underlying technology, we strive to bring in our specialized test and domain knowledge to test applications and content on devices.

We specialize specifically in testing applications on Android and iOS devices. We also test for all types of mobile applications – be it native, web or hybrid including an optimized test automation approach that accommodates a single test suite both on the mobile and non-mobile versions of the application.

GUI Testing

GUI software testing is the process of testing a product that uses a graphical user interface, to ensure it meets its written specifications. This is normally done through the use of a variety of test cases.

We identify how people interact with your product or service, including:

  • How long tasks take and how accurately they are completed
  • How users feel about the tasks they completed
  • What they find difficult or easy to use
  • What changes users would like to see
  • How much users can recall about the product
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Automation Testing

We at TedLite, understand the value of automated software testing as well as the challenges it poses, which is why we emphasize on a methodical and planned test automation approach.

We use Selenium TestNG framework to bring in test automation efficiencies and improve test productivity and coverage for several of our clients across domains.

Performance Testing

At TedLite, our team of performance engineering professionals is ready to partner with you to ensure your system’s performance meets or exceeds its goals and requirements. By doing performance testing, we can determine the capabilities of the application under load.

Some of the key functions performed by our performance testing team include:

Identify a practical performance test strategy encompassing the scenarios to test, types of performance testing services, tools to use, scenarios to automate, reporting protocols, environment to test Coordinate and execute load tests and monitor response times and resource usage to identify problem areas Create customized reports tailored to the particular interests of project’s stakeholders and baseline results

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    Mobile Testing

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    Perhaps some FAQs

    What is Software Quality Assurance?

    Software Quality Assurance is defined by the activities that monitor, measure, evaluate and validate the processes used to create software.

    Does Every Software Program need Testers?

    Undoubtedly. Testing for quality is paramount to the success of any software product. Without proper QA, the chances for success diminish significantly.

    What is a Test Plan?

    A test plan is a document that details the approach to testing a software product. Test plans provide needed guidelines for any tester or test team and ensure that every facet of the software functionality is tested.

    How Can Usability Testing Help Me?

    Usability testing measures a software application’s ease of use. As such, it is integral to the software’s perceived quality. Even the most interesting and marketable software product will suffer in popularity if it exhibits cumbersome usability.

    Why Does Software Have Bugs?

    Software is created by humans and humans make mistakes. Also, even simple software applications usually involve an appreciable number of working parts or units, each of which consists of many lines of complex computer code. Individual units do not always integrate well and bugs are created as a result.

    How Are Websites Tested?

    Websites are tested by professional software testers who evaluate the functionality and system compatibility of the website and compare what they see against what they expect to see. Complex websites may be tested with the use of automation tools that mitigate future manual testing efforts.

    What is Software Quality?

    Software quality is the adherence of software to its requirements.

    What is Regression Testing?

    Regression testing is a quality assurance cycle whereby bugs uncovered during a previous quality assurance review are “regressed” to ensure that

    a) they have been fixed by the developers; and

    b) no new bugs are created as a result of the fixes.