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Agile projects have a 64% success rate, whereas projects under the competing methodology known as waterfall only have a 49% success rate.


Why does

Agile Testing


Agility is a primary factor in developing scalable applications. However, agile testing leaves room for errors to occur as the time frame to fix the bugs is constrained. Documentation is given less importance because of instant communications between multiple teams. New features are adapted into the applications according to the instant requirements, which may not be relevant to address the business needs. The QA team is often under a lot of pressure because of the fragility and build of the software by keeping inherited changes and updates in mind. Agility testing fails if the team lacks effective communication and resources.

Along with any lack of expertise to build and deliver effective solutions. Agile testing majorly fails due to these common reasons as below:

  • Collaborative Decision Making : By including the entire team in testing choices, reducing internal misunderstandings, and promoting synergy, you may embrace collective intelligence.
  • Concurrent Testing for Faster Deployment : Concurrent testing will ensure the smooth integration of new and old features, speed up development cycles, and improve product quality.
  • Adaptability in Changing Requirements : Break free from rigid testing procedures that impede development by remaining flexible and sensitive to changing project demands.
  • Effective Communication and Documentation : Maintaining a bug-free development environment requires a focus on effective communication and adequate documentation.
  • Optimized Sprint Planning : Improved lead time estimation may shorten project deadlines, make sprint meetings more fruitful, and ultimately increase project success rates.

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Agile Testing

Agile Concurrent Testing :

  • Embrace Agile Concurrent Testing to Cut Costs and Boost Efficiency.
  • Involve Testers Early with Agile Concurrent Testing for High-Quality Software.
  • Tasks and Slash Development Time with Agile Concurrent Testing.

Optimize Workload with Collaborative Frameworks :

  • Improve teamwork, speed up bug fixes, ensure quality, and satisfy customers.
  • Enhance efficiency, satisfaction via organized workload, clear team collaboration.
  • Improve bug fixes, software quality through teamwork and efficient architecture.

Enhance satisfaction with prompt bug fixes :

  • Enhance satisfaction & performance with Agile Concurrent Testing 
  • Testing for prompt bug fixing and improved performance.
  • Quick bug fixes, smoother development, and delighted customers.

Maximize Efficiency and Productivity :

  • Test alongside development for optimal software delivery.
  • Optimize productivity through concurrent testing and development for seamless software results.
  • Transform software development with early tester involvement for efficiency and top quality.

Reduce Time-to-Market with Agile Concurrent Testing :

  •  For faster development, better quality, and customer satisfaction.
  • Agile Concurrent Testing unites devs and testers for faster releases and quality.
  • Speed up cycles, enhance customer joy.

Frugal Testing Service Offerings

Frugal Testing values ongoing feedback from devs, stakeholders, and customers. Testing promptly addresses bugs, prioritizing agility over strategic testing. Test-first approach saves resources, enhances app quality, and speeds up testing. Expertise: Agile testing, efficient lifecycle

How we help you build software that lasts

Continuous Customer Satisfaction Enhancement :

  • Elevate satisfaction via regular, captivating updates.
  • Stay tech-forward, unlock possibilities with each release.
  • Enjoy a delightful, ever-improving user journey.

Efficient Scope and Timeline Mastery :

  • Seamlessly guide software evolution with our skilled team.
  • Timely updates, expertly managed scope, and smooth progression.
  • Enjoy structured, punctual, and high-quality software releases.

Collaborative Requirement Capture :

  • Collaborative journey for software vision.
  • Visual roadmap via meaningful consultations.
  • Transform needs into engaging forms through active collaboration.

Rigorous Quality Assurance Vigilance :

  • Rigorous quality assurance for impeccable software updates.
  • Confidently release glitch-free, refined software.
  • Exceed customer expectations with flawless experiences.

Seamless Testing Empowerment with Unit Tests :

  • Build a strong software base with rigorous unit tests.
  • Validate components for resilient final products.
  • Ensure functionality and boost confidence in quality.

What all we test

Empowering your software to perform at its best

  • Functional Testing
  • Automated Testing
  • Performance Testing

  • Security Testing
  • Compatibility Testing
  • Web Applications
  • Mobile App Testing
  • Desktop Software
  • Cloud-based Apps
  • IoT Devices
  • Scrum Testing
  • Kanban Testing
  • Extreme Programming
  • Lean Testing
  • Feature-Driven Development

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Agile Testing


Agile test plan includes types of testing done in that iteration like test data requirements, infrastructure, test environments, and test results. Unlike the waterfall model, in an agile model, a test plan is written and updated for every release. Typical test plans in agile include

Testing Scope : 

  • Features and modules to test.
  • Identify boundaries, and ensure functionality and quality.

New Functionalities Testing : 

  • Verify new functionalities work as intended.
  • Ensure no adverse effects on existing features.

Level/Types of Testing : 

  • Complexity determines testing levels: unit, integration, system.
  • Feature complexity decides testing types: functional, regression, and security.
  • Tailor testing based on feature intricacy and criticality.

Load and Performance Testing : 

  • Evaluate the system under expected user loads.
  • Conduct stress tests for performance bottlenecks.
  • Identify the system's load-handling capabilities.

Infrastructure Consideration : 

  • Assess compatibility & reliability for real-world simulations.
  • Evaluate the testing environment's effectiveness.
  • Ensure real-world usage scenario simulation.

Mitigation or Risks Plan: 

  • Identify risks, prioritize, and plan mitigations.
  • Minimize impact on the testing process.
  • Mitigation strategies for potential risks.

Resourcing : 

  • Allocate skilled testers and required tools.
  • Ensure efficient testing team composition.
  • Optimize resource utilization for testing activities.

Deliverables and Milestones :

  • Deliverables: Test plans, test cases, test reports.
  • Milestones: Track progress and completion of testing phases.
  • Ensure clear and efficient communication throughout.

The agile testing quadrants separate the whole process into four Quadrants and help to understand how agile testing is performed.

Agile Quadrant I - The internal code quality is the main focus in this quadrant, and it consists of test cases which are technology driven and are implemented to support the team, it includes

  • Unit Tests
  • Component Tests

Agile Quadrant II - It contains test cases that are business driven and are implemented to support the team.  This Quadrant focuses on the requirements. The kind of test performed in this phase is

  • Testing of examples of possible scenarios and workflows
  • Testing of User experience such as prototypes
  • Pair testing

Agile Quadrant III - This quadrant provides feedback to quadrants one and two. The test cases can be used as the basis to perform automation testing. In this quadrant, many rounds of iteration reviews are carried out which builds confidence in the product. The kind of testing done in this quadrant is

  • Usability Testing
  • Exploratory Testing
  • Pair testing with customers
  • Collaborative testing
  • User acceptance testing

Agile Quadrant IV - This quadrant concentrates on the non-functional requirements such as performance, security, stability, etc. With the help of this quadrant, the application is made to deliver it's non-functional qualities and expected value.

  • Non-functional tests such as stress and performance testing
  • Security testing with respect to authentication and hacking
  • Infrastructure testing
  • Data migration testing
  • Scalability testing
  • Load testing

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