Manual Testing

What is Manual Testing
Manual testing is the backbone of the entire QA process. It is impossible to guarantee a high quality of a product without manual testing procedures. Manual testing, as its name implies, is performed by a human. This type of software testing is the simplest one but helps to detect critical bugs and system vulnerabilities. It doesn’t require knowledge of specific automated tools but a set of special skills and a thorough understanding of the project requirements. In other words, manual testing can be defined as a process of software testing performed from the end-users’ perspective in order to detect existing defects and provide a high level of product quality.

Our Approach To Manual Testing
Enticesoft experts take their duties seriously. First of all, they thoroughly study project requirements, define the current state of the product, identify business goals, needs, and expectations of a customer.

On the ground of the collected and analyzed information, our QA specialists make a precise estimation of the time and resources needed to complete the project on time. As soon as everything is agreed upon, a dedicated team of professional QA engineers is assigned and ready to get to work. Team members will carefully study all provided documentation, technical specification, mockups, prototypes, and a complete testing plan will be designed.

After that, work on test case design will be started. QA engineers will use all available resources to make up the most suitable test cases that will cover all needed functions and scenarios. As soon as a product is ready to be tested, your QA team will get to the test case conduction. All detected bugs will be logged into a bug tracking system.

A QA Lead will regularly send daily reports in the prescribed form to the customer throughout the whole testing process.

What is Functional Testing?
Functional testing is a kind of black-box testing that is performed to confirm that the functionality of an application or system is behaving as expected.

It is done to verify all the functionality of an application.