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Why do you require quality assurance?

Testing isn’t simply about compiling a list of flaws; it’s also about building trust. Everyone involved in the product, from the development team to the marketing, sales, and support teams, to the final user, requires trust. All concerned stakeholders have a same goal when it comes to quality.

At the development and implementation level, specification level, and product release level, Quality Assurance aids in fine-tuning teamwork, improving communication, and adhering to best practices.

What are the consequences of not testing?

Many people believe they can put out fires “when and if” they happen. However, there are always fires in any endeavor. We live in a complex world that requires everyone to be faster, smarter, and less expensive. And it’s all too simple to cut corners in the hopes of maintaining quality. A publicized flaw might effect all users, restrict a specific sort of consumer from purchasing the product at a specific time of day, and even lose your company millions of dollars. Prevention is always preferable to treatment.

Having a self-explanatory and user-friendly product is better to overspending on a large support team.

Even if the product has no actual flaws, the project stakeholders may acquire the idea that it is unstable, which is enough to doom it.

Good reflexes are the result of repeated good practices. High quality becomes a natural way of doing things over time, and the cost decreases.


  • Unit Testing
  • Component testing
  • Integration testing
  • Exploratory testing
  • Compatibility testing
  • Functional testing
  • Regression testing
  • User acceptance testing
  • Performance and load testing
  • Smoke testing
  • UI Testing
  • Security and penetration testing
  • Defect management
  • QA Audit & Process improvement
  • Selenium WebDriver
  • Katalon Studio platform
  • Appium
  • Apache JMeter
  • TestLink
  • Atlassian JIRA
  • Trello
  • Bugzilla
  • Mantis
  • Jenkins
  • Web applications
  • Mobile apps
  • API services
  • Manual testing
  • Automated checking


Our knowledge is deeply embedded in the coding and development process.
Our QA experts have a history in programming, which has impacted their quality standards, clear communication and methods, and pride in the results.
Years of testing training and expertise were added to this.
They are aware of both sides of a defect’s narrative.

Our project managers and business analysts have considerable hands-on expertise with specification refinement and user acceptance testing, as well as training in the industry’s top quality assurance standards.

We understand how to combine best practice theory with a practical approach, we understand what may go wrong because we learn from our own failures, and each project actor contributes to enriching this shared experience with each step forward.

We know how to create high-quality solutions at Promarket.

Our developers and testers do an excellent job creating and building trustworthy products, as seen by our 97 percent customer satisfaction score.

We use Agile and DevOps, as well as Continuous Integration and Delivery.
Our quality assurance and quality control staff is ISTQB-certified, and its members are constantly improving their skills by staying current with industry best practices.

Test effort can be adjusted

The Quality process, like the rest of our Software Development Cycle, is adaptable and can be tailored to your specific requirements.

We can design a continuous testing approach with your assistance, or we can use just enough time and tester hours to produce the most valid validation of the software product or its core features.

We follow the industry best practice of “test early, test often” in this case.

Aiming for 100 percent test and 0 percent defects is a sure way to fail, whether for time or money.
It is critical to understand what to test, where to test, and when to test in order to have the greatest impact on the product.

The sole purpose of testing is to establish trust

Not through words, but through metrics and ongoing transparency and feedback.

In order to be optimal, we know how to test different relevant scenarios rather than the same type of scenario multiple times.

Our quality engineers don’t “shoot first, ask questions later.”
They participate in the specification design phase as early as possible to learn what is required, and they engage everyone in the project to contribute and take responsibility for the quality level of the outcome.
The tester completes the ideal team that knows what is best for the project by combining the customer’s business insight and the developer’s expertise.

We understand how to compensate for flaws

Aside from the initial defect refinement from the specification/planning phase, we meticulously design a test plan for the entire functional spectrum of the software product, or we fine-tune a risk-based approach for the most critical parts of it.

We will present you with the strategy and begin implementing it only after you have given us your approval.
We provide you with regular reports and metrics to ensure complete transparency of the testing/quality effort outcome.
We can conduct manual exploratory testing using our testers’ expertise in asking meaningful questions, or we can run automated checks that alert the development team early on a critical defect found in the latest updates, or we can combine the strengths of both approaches.


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