“Strong competition in the anti-virus marketplace meant that testing had to be quick, effective and secure.”
Mark Allan, Managing Director, Canimaan
Motivated to promote trading with UK companies, Canimaan sought out a respectable testing business which could adjust to their needs fluently. Upon recommendation, Canimaan used the community-sourced professional testing company, Digivante.
61 testers were used to test browsers and devices – including Sierra, Mac OS and Windows devices – covering over 3 days’ worth of testing. The community of professional testers discovered 28 bugs, performing a total of 183 hours of testing. Among the 28 bugs found, page crashes, incorrect results and layout issues were highlighted.
Using Digivante’s professional testing community prevented critical issues from slipping through the net and helped maintain Canimaan’s high profile prestige. The Digivante portal gave Canimaan clearly triaged visual data of bugs, which developers could review and update. At the end of testing, Canimaan felt confident in their product launch and avoided bad reviews, both in the media and online.
Canimaan’s newest product, Clam XAV3, was set to be the largest update since 2009, so they had to find a testing company which could handle the scale of their new release, placing emphasis on Mac devices running Mac OS 10+.