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Scale your quality assurance process without growing your QA team

It is easy to fall into the habit of hiring full time QA resources to resolve known or assumed QA limitations. It may be that this is a tried and tested approach that has been successful for you in the past, or you just might not know what options are available beyond this. Changing ...

What is the Digivante community and how does it work?

Digivante’s vast community is made up of thousands of testers, located in 149 countries around the world. Our community plays a key part in how Digivante can rapidly deliver professional software, website and app testing at scale. You might be reading this and thinking that despite being very fast, using crowdtesters will automatically mean ...

Why CEOs should care about software testing

In a recent article published by the SD Times, it mentions that 85% of US CEOs do not see an issue with releasing poorly tested software, as long as it’s “patch tested” later on (essentially, testing in production). Ironically, it also goes on to mention that 95% of CEOs and 76% of testers surveyed ...

By |July 26th, 2022|Categories: Quality Assurance, Software testing|Tags: , , |

10 common web and app testing issues and how to avoid them

With the bar of customer expectations raised higher than ever before, make sure avoidable issues aren’t damaging your brand’s revenue or reputation. It goes without saying that quality matters when you launch or update a website or mobile app. Five years ago, we had to make the case for digital quality by convincing businesses ...

By |July 7th, 2022|Categories: Quality Assurance, Website testing|Tags: , |

How to maximise the effectiveness and efficiency of your software regression testing

What is regression testing? For the uninitiated, let’s start off with the meaning of regression testing. It is the testing following a deployment or release, be that bug fixes, new features, configuration changes, even content, to verify that the system continues to function as it should – and specifically those areas that were unchanged in ...