Functional Testing Solutions

Perfecting the balance  to deliver the best outcomes

To derive optimal results from a functional testing exercise, it is imperative to first determine the right approach. There are some aspects of software application testing like ad-hoc testing, usability, and exploratory testing that respond better to manual intervention Рfor everything else automation testing holds the key.  Which is why we at R-29 Solutions provide a combination of manual, and automated agile testing services that cater to the broad spectrum of demands that arise at every stage of the development cycle of your software.

  • Accelerated speed to market
  • Early identification and resolution of issues
  • XX years of QA expertise and experience
  • Cutting edge technology
  • Scalability

Agile testing tools that we use

Our Functional Testing capabilities:

User Acceptance Testing (UAT): While your software might show exemplary results under the pristine conditions of the development environment, we conduct UAT to examine app performance in real-world scenarios.

Unit Testing: We scrutinize every component of code to verify if it is delivering the intended output. This helps identify and resolve bugs at a nascent stage (selenium?) what technology/framework do you use?

Smoke Testing: This is the first quality assurance test that we conduct on newly built or recently updated software, to validate critical functionalities and the overall stability of the product.

Regression Testing: When modifications are made to the code, or a new feature has been added to the application – there could be an impact on the overall functioning of the software. We conduct rigorous regression testing that identify bugs and anomalies, to ensure your product functions as per specification.

Integration Testing: Our team is equipped to test if all the individual modules work in harmony to deliver the stipulated outcomes in coupled software applications. This can ensure bugs pertaining to databases and the user interface in the systems are identified early.