Benefits of adopt ‘Agile Software Delivery’ Approach

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Agile came into the picture for better software development approach as it enables the developers and testers to reduce the count of bugs in the code by detecting the bugs in the early stages.  In an agile environment, development cycles break tasks into small increments. It aligns the teams to deliver working software more collaboratively and with better quality. Click here https://goo.gl/Gs1eKF to read more.

Challenges faced by Digital Banks & E-Wallets

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Banking and financial services are, however, rapidly transforming in the digital era. With the emergence of advanced technologies, banks are facing massive pressure to increase their efficiency and flexibility, and subsequently, lower their costs. It is really important for the banks and customers to remain transparent and authentic respectively.

Undoubtedly, the idea behind integrating banking services with technology is convenience. Technology has a strong impact on almost every individual, to an extent that it influences their lifestyle. So, it has now become vital for a business to distinguish themselves in the digital space with unique offerings. Read more- https://goo.gl/Ul2kWw

Why to choose HP UFT: Automation testing tool

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Why HP Unified Functional Testing is useful?

– Functional tests are carried out automatically to increase the speed and cost-effectiveness of application development and delivery.

– Initially, little effort is required to record and configure a script. Later on, the script can be used and run again and again to verify the functionality of an application under test.

– This results in saving a lot of time and money over manual testing.

– This tool is very useful in case of regression testing when tests are executed again and again to check whether the existing functionalities are still working fine.

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Introduction to Testing in Production & Tips to do it

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Testing in production introduces risks but it also provides several benefits, which is why a tester should consider it. A major benefit of testing in production is that it allows you to see how the application will work in the live environment in which it runs.

Testing in production becomes necessary in the case of complex services, as it would become difficult to imitate a production environment and know how the service will be utilized by the users. The staging and the real environment are never the same. Some organizations might not have the budget to create this type of environment again that closely resembles the production environment, which is why they switch to testing in production. Read More – https://goo.gl/vtFHZ8

Why Quality Assurance is a Necessity for Digital Payments?

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Digital payments are responsible for empowering the individuals and establishment of upcoming businesses. The businesses that are established already are finding creative ways to not only stay relevant but continue to stay dominant in the market. However, digital payments must be firmly integrated into the software and essentially hassle-free, for this, it is important to employ robust software testing techniques.

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Why Test Data Management?

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In order to build and test the applications quickly, test data needs to be procured quickly. Keeping a handle on managing test data is a big challenge, especially when your company needs to do it on an ad hoc basis. A test data management solution, when combined with a practical strategy, helps the developers and testing teams to be more productive.

Many companies these days are establishing a centralized test data management team to cater all the needs of developers and testers. To Know more about test data management click here.

Approaches for Test Data Generation that will ease your worries!

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Test Data and its Importance: The input to any software program is called Test data. It represents the data that affects the execution of a specific module or the data that gets affected by the execution process. Test data can be used for positive testing to verify whether a given input to a given function produces an expected output. It can also be used for negative testing to verify if the given software program can handle extreme, unusual or unexpected input. While working with the poor test data, it could be challenging to test all the possible scenarios that could hamper the software quality.

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