Quality Assurance


                                While Orniz Technologies offer a comprehensive range of Quality Assurance testing services In India, Orniz Technologies also provide our customers the flexibility of choosing testing services In India that best suite their needs. For instance, testing services such as performance tests, regression tests, and stress tests are particularly useful before deployment of an application for a production run. On the other hand, testing services such as functionality tests, and integration tests help ensure the building of better quality software.



Our various Quality Assurance Testing services include:

1. Integration/Systems Testing
2. User Acceptance Testing
3. Performance Testing
4. Automation Testing
5. Regression Test Suite creation and automation
6. Product Assurance and on-going Release Testing
7. Security Testing
8. Compatibility Testing
9. Configuration Testing
10. Accessibility Testing
11. Performance and Load Testing
12. Usability Review


Stages of full life-cycle testing


    Full life-cycle testing is a sequence of different phases, each having a specific input and output. In full lifecycle testing, development and testing stages are coordinated to complement each other. These stages are described below.


    1. Software requirements stage

    Since a tester thinks from the user's point of view, it is particularly important that he or she is involved in the project from the requirements-gathering stage (this is especially true for product-based companies). In this case, the tester gets first-hand information from the customer and has a clear understanding of testing and QA goals. Ideally, each module should be discussed by a developer, a tester and a user.

    2. QA strategy development and planning

    Orniz TechnologiesQA attaches high value to a well-defined QA strategy, as it allows delivery of a cost-effective solution and tests the most important parts of the software at the right times. A good strategy eliminates the confusion of unorganized and frequent testing yet ensures that the most crucial parts of the application are not left out.


    Well-timed planning is essential at all stages of the project and builds trust between the customer and the vendor. At the beginning of the project, estimates and accurate definition of plans (build planning, test types and order, efforts) are established.

    The test plan aligns with the QA strategy and contains the following information:
                 Testing methodologies and tools
                 Duration and objective of each phase
                 Test types
                 Number of features to be tested and test coverage
                 Efforts and human resources required
                 Other QA-related and auxiliary activities (test documentation creation, analysis, reports creation, etc.)


    3. Requirements testing

    Even flawless code may prove ineffective if based on poorly-documented, incomplete and ill-defined requirements.

    For optimal results, testing should begin before the first line of code is written, at the requirements analysis stage. By performing requirements testing, we assist you in eliminating the majority of potential defects in the solution, since many of them arise at the requirements stage. Orniz TechnologiesQA will test your requirements for conformity, completeness, relevance and consistency.


    4. Test documentation creation

    Depending on your project, test documentation may vary in detail, format and coverage, but in each case it makes the process transparent to you, increases the testing quality and shows what you are paying for. This can be presented in different types of documents: acceptance sheets, test cases and test surveys, etc. As your project grows, it is also important to keep all testing documentation up-to-date, therefore at Orniz TechnologiesQA we pay special attention to the relevance of documents and their regular update.


    5. Prototype testing

    A prototype can be a set of images, static web pages, or the initial release version of a system. As an application's foundation, the prototype reveals stability and performance of the application and by this plays an important role in the overall QA strategy. Prototype testing includes detection of design, structural or logical errors. During prototype testing Orniz TechnologiesQA gives much consideration to usability testing, since making changes on the conceptual level of the prototype prevents potential expensive rework. Testing of code for compliance with standards (xhtml/html, css, rss/rdf, wai, etc.), functional, GUI and accessibility testing are also executed, if necessary.


    6. Regular testing

    Planned testing may cover different aspects:

  • System Elements

  • Test Depth
  • Specific Areas

  • Unit Testing

  • Integration Testing

  • Acceptance Test (Smoke Test)
  • Positive Test (Minimal Acceptance Test)

  • Ad-hoc Test (Full Acceptance Test)

  • Regression testing
  • Functional Testing

  • GUI Testing

  • Usability Testing

  • Security Testing
  • Database Testing

  • Cross-platform Testing

  • Cross-browser Testing
  • Accessibility Testing

  • Installation Testing

  • Configuration Testing

  • Localization Testing
  • Performance/Load Testing

  • Stress Testing



    We produce customized online reports about activities performed and defects found that will save your time and allow you to be as much involved as you wish. Both the customer's and Orniz TechnologiesQA's own templates can be used for reporting.


    7. Stabilization testing

    Stabilization testing is carried out when all functionality has been developed and the application is almost ready to be launched into production. Interconnection between all modules and parts becomes ever more clear and the testing is carried out in live conditions. Some features can be tested to their best only at this stage, e.g. the work of large databases, real life payments, sms services, etc.


    8. Release to production and product support

    Even after the system has been released, testing still plays an important role in the maintenance process.  All changes introduced to a system must be tested to ensure that the system continues to provide the business function it was originally designed for, without impacting other functions or other systems it interacts with. When the environment changes (hardware or software), the solution has to be retested in different aspects to make sure that it continues to operate as expected and works well with other parts and modules of the software (regression testing is used here).