Test Strategy and Test Management – 360logica
360logica offers you best possible robust Test methodology keeping our customer’s budget and situation in mind. There are few reasons why Test Strategy should be written and implemented before you kick start any Test Project.
- The number one reason of writing a test strategy document is to “have” a signed, sealed, and delivered, where the document includes a written testing methodology, test plan, and test cases.
- Having a test strategy does satisfy one important step in the software testing process.
- The test strategy document tells us how the software product will be tested.
- The creation of a test strategy document presents an opportunity to review the test plan with the project team.
- The test strategy document describes the roles, responsibilities, and the resources required for the test and schedule constraints.
- When we create a test strategy document, we have to put into writing any testing issues requiring resolution (and usually this means additional negotiation at the project management level).
- The test strategy is decided first, before lower level decisions are made on the test plan, test design, and other testing issues.
Testing software applications requires hundreds to thousands of unique test cases, the time to execute them, and the ability to efficiently manage the results. At the same time, software applications are becoming increasingly more complex and development schedules more aggressive, but quality cannot be compromised. 360logica provides comprehnsive test cases management based on customer interest.
We used both open source and licensed tools for test cases management e.g. Test Link, Quality Center, Test Director, SpiraTest, Test Track etc.