TMO: Testing Optimization

Optimize your testing

Testing is often the weakest link in the software development chain, because testing:

  • Is estimated and planned with non-accurate criteria
  • Testware and projects tangible objectives are not defined
  • Defects corrections are not properly considered
  • Management is often quite poor and disconnected to the project
  • Its paid according to the testing effort instead of the tested functionality’s volume

The outcomes of this bad practice are very negative:

  • We know the present situation of the project, but not if its final stage is near or far.
  • The projects are delayed and the budget gets out of control.
  • Implementations drag an important functional and technical debt without quantifying
  • The maintenance becomes more and more complicated and costly

LEDAmc developed a Testing Optimisation Service, which permits to properly estimate, plan, control and manage all the testing of the Project.

Very cost-effective, it is supported by testing management protocol and includes:

  • Testware estimation solutions
  • Testing quality assurance solutions
  • Optimized solutions to certificate the applications

All of them encompassed in the concept of TestingManagement Office (TMO).

  • Accurately estimate the project testware
  • Control the implementation of testing cases
  • Anticipate defects detection
  • Control and manage defects corrections
  • Synchronize and manage project planning
  • Rigorously establish the implementation dates
  • Objectively anticipate implementation’s quality

The service may form a Software Testing Competence Centre.

The STCC centralizes the Company’s knowledge of testing processes and procedures and provides the update and experience in the use of the market’s best practices, it:

  • Helps the Company’s support areas to establish processes and procedures and select Testing Management tools.
  • Transmits knowledge among the Organisation development teams.
  • Facilitates the relationships with providers and their acceptance of the Organisation’s practices.