We verify whether your product meets the intended specification and functional requirements laid out in your development documentation. Our functionality testing will help your company provide products with a minimum amount of issues and ensure your product functions as intended. We offer several types of functional testing techniques:
- Ad Hoc Testing– Takes advantage of individual testing talents and intelligence based upon consideration of product goals, level of user capabilities and possible areas and features that may create confusion. The tester will generate test cases on the spur of the moment, as quickly as possible, as ideas occur to them. This kind of testing generally finds most bugs in new software in the shortest possible time.
- Exploratory– The tester designs and executes tests while learning the product. Test design is organized by a set of concise patterns designed to assure that testers don’t miss anything important.
- Combination– The tester performs a sequence of events using different paths to complete tasks. This can uncover bugs related to order of events that are difficult to find using other methods.
- Scripted– The tester uses a test script that lays out the specific functions to be tested. A test script can be provided by the customer/developer or constructed by nResult, depending on the needs of your organization.
Let us help you make sure that your hardware or software will function as it’s supposed to. Whether you want us to augment your internal test group, or if you are looking for a complete test source from alpha through gold master stages, we offer you a detailed, reasonably priced solution to meet your testing needs.
Give your customers the
best user experience.
Testing your software’s functionality ensures you will provide a great user experience. We help make sure your product is free of bugs and ready for the marketplace. Once it’s released, our agile QA team will make sure your product continues to function properly to improve overall customer satisfaction.
Resources We Use for Functional Testing
We use the following resources to educate and train our junior QA engineers. We invite you to use these same resources to learn more about functionality testing and how it can help improve your product’s user experience and customer satisfaction.