The world we live in is changing by the minute. Driven by advanced technology built into software applications, it is making people’s daily lifestyle easier, whether it is via their phone, laptop, vehicle or any other device. This is one of the reasons customers expect new products, applications or features all the time. Anything that can make them go ‘wow’ qualifies as exceeding their expectations. This ultimately puts a lot of pressure on software testing teams to ensure no app crashes, downtimes and poor loading times, among other factors.

From a time when software testing began at the end of the production cycle i.e the waterfall model which didn’t involve taking customer feedback to the current agile or shift left testing methodologies, the realm of software testing is undergoing massive changes. Newer methodologies like DevSecOps, Docker, Kubernetes, Microservices are making their way into the software development lifecycle.

However, with the niche that testing is, not every enterprise has the resources and talent to keep with emerging testing tools and customer expectations. They are often struggling to keep quality consistent while being cost-effective and agile. This is why they turn to Managed Testing Service providers.

The dilemma caused by rapid software testing technology and methodology evolution is driving customers to rethink their investments and infrastructure. Collaborating with managed testing services partner and the ecosystem is key to rapid product rollouts.

– Mukesh Dialani, Program Director,
Digital Engineering and Operational Technology Services IDC

How does Managed Testing Services make everything better?

With complete ownership in Quality Engineering right from defining test strategy to defect management, reporting, and optimization, Managed Testing Services can help in making the SDLC process seamless. This leads to:

  • Highly improved cost savings
  • Reduction in test efforts
  • Faster time-to-market

Overall, this allows enterprises to focus on what they do best – growing their business – without any disruptions.

Recommended Watch: An interview by CIO with IDC, WideOrbit and Aspire Systems on How Managed Services and AI can revolutionize Software Delivery. Watch the full video

Roadmap for Achieving QA Maturity

With 20 years of proficient experience in the testing services across industries, at Aspire, we believe that with a structured foundation in place, taking ownership of end-to-end QA will be a cakewalk. With a four-step approach, that drills down the focus on knowledge transfer, test policies, metrics and ensure a steady-state through defect prevention.

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Subsequently, it is important to learn and follow the steps that go into choosing a great Managed Testing Services provided to facilitate a strong and meaningful partnership.

The whitepaper by Analyst-Mukesh Dialani, in collaboration with CIO and IDC, will give you an outlook on understanding the evolution of software testing. He also shares how partnering with a Managed Testing Service provider is a process that can accelerate operational agendas and product rollouts, leading to sizeable benefits on the business, technology and process front.

Roshini Cherian

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