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Testing

Building tomorrow's QA enterprise

IT industry has been experiencing a continuous churn during the last few years. Enhanced levels of regulatory compliance, ecommerce, mobility, Agile technologies, software as a service (SaaS), cloud, geographically distributed IT organizations, multi-tier applications targeting multiple devices all of these constitute a major portion of any organization's technology strategy today. These factors have made testing a mission-critical, highly complex and time-consuming activity. In order to keep pace with ongoing change, QA organizations are constantly innovating to find newer solutions, technologies and methodologies that can help them ensure higher application quality at minimum business risk and with maximum business impact to the organization.

Key challenges

Return on investment: There is an increasing pressure on QA organizations to build efficiencies and demonstrate return on investment (ROI) from their testing spends.

Reduced time-to-market: With businesses defining timelines for faster go-to-market, there is increased focus on optimizing test lifecycles for applications being developed.

Enhanced performance: With the enhanced role of IT in business growth, testing plays a key role in ensuring that applications are up and running at all times.

Impact of new technologies: With ever-growing complexity due to the influx of new technologies (such as SOA, mobile and cloud), QA has to adapt itself to the changing paradigm.

Regulatory compliance: Changing regulations require testing to ensure that applications conform to the new norms.