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Crowdtesting: nine reasons why your business should try crowdsourced web testing

When it comes to QA, crowd testing’s got a bit of a bad rep. That’s because testing on this sort of scale often raises concerns around security and quality; “it’s safer to do it in-house” or “too many chefs…” are common responses in meetings when someone utters the term. And you know what? There’s no ...

By |January 20th, 2022|Categories: Crowd testing, Website testing|

Rackspace Technology and Digivante join forces to deliver next-gen application testing services

Digivante is delighted to be partnering with Rackspace Technology on delivering website and application testing services to Rackspace Technology customers. You can read the full press release here. Digivante’s digital performance analysis and continuous testing services help to augment businesses’ application testing. We help customers overcome the notorious problems with automation such as long development ...

By |January 13th, 2022|Categories: Automated testing, Digital transformation, Website testing|

A pragmatic approach to test automation

Test automation can be the solution to releasing new features and functionality with reduced time to market. Automation is one of the tools for QA resources to use but at Digivante we firmly believe full automation isn’t the ultimate end goal. You might be thinking, “but automating any test is going to save me ...

By |December 15th, 2021|Categories: Automated testing, Manual Testing, Quality Assurance|Tags: , |

How does Digivante augment your QA team?

Many firms struggle to recruit experienced and qualified QA professionals and testers. The market is tough right now and the nature of QA makes it hard to predict resource requirements for projects with certainty. You might employ headcount that’s not fully utilised, or you actually refrain from hiring only to discover you don’t have ...

What is quality engineering and why is it important?

Quality engineering focuses on the introduction of new quality methodologies and the impact they have across the company including cultural and procedural changes. It’s about improving your processes around the way that you deliver quality and affects the whole company. Whilst quality engineering is relevant for any type of product development, in our world ...

By |December 2nd, 2021|Categories: Quality engineering|