In view of global emphasis on digitalization and widespread adoption of new technologies, a paradigm shift has taken place in people’s expectations of modern applications. In the present world, your software application cannot attract your customers with its mere functionality. It needs to be easy on your users and must perform concurrent operations without any snag. Performance testing is the bridge that can get you to providing smooth user experiences. There are some sure-shot steps that can elevate your insurance performance testing approach. 

Simulate real browser experience in testing 

Web 2.0 applications comprise of JavaScript, Flash, Ajax, and CSS, which require real browsers for measuring end-to-end response times and end-user perception verification. Without doing this, your testing methods will be withdrawn from assessing how your app/portal works for your end users. Real browser simulation testing will allow you to ascertain your app/site’s functionality and speed as perceived by your user. 

Numbers – track the right ones 

The best way to ensure your insurance app does not have any performance bottlenecks is to look at the numbers. Measuring performance testing metrics is important to ensure that your business-critical apps are running glitch-free. Gathering the right KPIs (Key performance indicators) is yet another pivotal task. Only with the usage of apt metrics, will you be able to orchestrate a successful overall performance testing process. You can also effectively compare the test results and analyze the impact of code changes/ regressions. 

Why you must measure metrics that matter 

  • Helps quantify results 
  • Provides clear insight of risks associated 
  • Minimizes costs associated with defects 

Stimulating real-world end-user behavior and its advantages 

New age customers have high standards of digital experiences to draw comparison with. So, before your insurance app hits their screens, it should have gone through a thorough real-world end-user behavior stimulation test against varying user conditions, different environments and across several devices and platforms. This can ensure your app is superior and glitch-free.  

Aspire’s Performance Testing framework (APTf 2.0) can refine your performance testing process and ensure your insurance app measures up to current user needs. Our in-house testing experts also come with in-depth insurance domain testing knowledge, adding great value to your testing process.  

APTf 2.0 is meticulously designed to give you realistic performance results based on the tests conducted. The framework gives you great insights into test results with real-time analysis reports and dashboards with live streaming of results for informed decision making. You can view: 

  • Both, client and server-side metrics.
  • A complete and clear picture of your systems’ performance in one portal.
  • Reports based on time series graph.
  • Framework’s autonomous go or no-go decisions in the CI/CD pipeline.
  • Archived test results.