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"Tri-Force and I collaborated together when I wanted to build an iPhone application for my Restaurant. I required their in depth knowledge for iPhone application development around implementing complex control systems within highly regulated industries. I found his in depth subject knowledge expertise extremely useful working on these projects."

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QA and Testing

Tri-Force is dedicated to satisfy client needs by providing defect-free Software Development and Transformation services. Our aim is to understand and anticipate client needs and deliver effective and high-quality services.

Quality Control

The emphasis on providing best quality, and not just fulfill but surpass client expectations, has led us to employ a comprehensive software configuration management (SCM) process.

SCM improves team effectiveness by allowing the various stakeholders of the project to efficiently communicate, document and review any changes in the design, code and prototype. We prepare a thorough and unique quality control plan for every single project.

A number of QA tests help us create first-rate products and guarantee client satisfaction. The exhaustive testing carried out by our engineers ensures that the software runs smoothly in different environments and fulfils client’s specific needs. The following are some of the tests Tri-Force conducts:

  • System Testing: Carried on the complete system to analyze the system’s fulfillment of the client’s specified requirements; checks the entire systems performance as opposed to the properties of individual components.
  • Functional Testing: Analyzes the systems actual and expected outcomes; checks whether the system fulfils the client requirements. Identifies that functions that system needs to perform and executes a test case to find and repair any discrepancies.
  • Integration Testing: Two already tested units, or software modules, are combined into a single component and then tested. This helps resolve any issues with functional, performance or reliability requirements on any major design items.
  • Performance Testing: Checks and resolves issues relating to how much load your website can handle; how long individual elements (images, HTML documents, style sheets) take to download; and the server processing time for a request.
  • Black Box Testing: Tested by someone who doesn’t know how the application is designed at code level. The tester dynamically tests the software through its interface and evaluates the reaction of the application.
  • Acceptance Testing: Checks whether the software works properly for the customer or not. A customer or an internal customer proxy uses the software for typical scenarios in which the customer is likely to use it.
  • Load Testing: Checks how the system performs in average and peak load conditions. It ensures that no problems are created even when a large number of users access the software at the same time.
  • Usability Testing: Tests how easy or difficult it is for general users to use and understand the application.
  • Compatibility Testing: Tests how the software performs under different computing environments. This ensures that the software functions smoothly in all software, hardware, operating and networking conditions.
  • Regression Testing: Done after major changes, like functional enhancements, patches or configuration changes are made in the code. This type of testing is done to make sure that the changes made do not create new bugs.
  • GUI Testing: Tests the software or application’s user interface to check if it is functioning as it should. It checks how GUI components like keyboard, mouse, menubars, dialogs, images, buttons and edit fields respond to user input.
  • Smoke Testing: After the system is assembled or repaired, this type of testing is carried out to make sure that the major components of the system don’t collapse under more rigorous testing.
  • Unit Testing: Before combining units to form components, all the units are thoroughly tested and made free from defects. Helpful in removing bugs at the very first step.
  • Beta Testing: Versions of software are released to a limited number of people who use them and list the problems that they crop up. Their feedback is used to remove the smallest problems that remain the software.
  • Stability Testing: Determines whether the components will crash in case of high load. It tests the endurance of the software and ensures that it functions well for an acceptable period.

Value For The Client

We firmly believe that the client is the true judge of our quality. Tri-Force quality checks ensure that the product is free from defect, works as expected and adds tremendous value to our client’s business.