Functional Software testing is an essential element of testing when you are about to release an application and assess its functionality fit. The considerations to keep in mind: Is the application validated for all requirements? Is the functionality verified for the output desired?
As an independent testing and validation company, GTS has developed a repository of checklists, process guidelines for each phase in functional software testing to make sure that product delivered is of good quality while meeting the customer’s expectations.
WHY THE NEED FOR QA FUNCTIONAL TESTING?
Most applications when pushed to production are not found to be tested properly for all possible situations leading to disruptions in user experience, unwanted results and missing features. To avoid a bad user experience, revenue loss, resource wastage, lost opportunity cost and delayed release, enterprises need to consider end-to-end QA functional testing.
FUNCTIONAL TESTING APPROACH
GTS Functional Software Testing approach is designed and implemented for each project based on the domain and technical requirements to ensure that each project requirement is addressed in a specific manner. This framework adopts requirement specifications, business logic flow and risk based approaches, to ensure test coverage and quality.
Types of Functional testing are
- Unit Testing
- Smoke Testing
- Sanity Testing
- Integration Testing
- White box testing
- Black Box testing
- User Acceptance testing
- Regression Testing
The quality assurance of a system is complete only when it passes the test of both functional compliance and the most essential Non-Functional software testing attributes like security, performance, reliability, compatibility and the like. Non-functional requirements testing of applications helps businesses to retain customers’ trust and loyalty by identifying performance issues ahead of time.
GTS has people with the right experience and knowledge maturity to perform non-functional software testing of applications covering a wide spectrum of domains.
Types of Non-functional testing are
- Performance Testing
- Security Testing
- Usability Testing
- Compatibility Testing
- Localization Testing
- SOA Testing