SSPL Quality Initiatives are based on a 3Q approach: Quality personnel, Quality Process and Quality Communications. Each project at SSPL is under constant control of a dedicated quality assurance department that monitors project activities and results at each development phase.
Independent testing allows for an objective look at quality issues.
While our development/delivery team concentrates on core product innovation and product engineering, the testing partner can focus on the quality assurance activities and can quickly ramp up and ramp down qualified resources as required.
Receive the results of tests is the first thing in the morning.
In line with our mission, SSPL brings a unique product development focus to QA that is lacking in many outsourcing organizations across the world. We understand that QA activities in a product development environment are iterative in nature. Repeatability and traceability are the most important qualities to be established in an iterative model, which is contrasted by one-off activities associated with a project-based QA activity. We understand that fixing software product defects toward the end of an engagement can prove to be much more expensive than proactively removing defects during design and development. This approach is critical since nearly 55% of all defects arise from poor design or misunderstood requirements.
In order to achieve maximum efficiency in software product QA, the center of attention should be on reusability and maintainability of QA artifacts and resources.
Consistency and efficiency of iterative activities can only be established through careful automation of these activities. SSPL invested into test automation capabilities within our organization that helps its clients leverage benefits of high-end QA automation infrastructure.
The success of today's enterprise software product QA activities depends directly on the domain knowledge of the QA professionals. Over 25% of our total engineering manpower is composed of quality assurance professionals. Our quality-conscious and technology-savvy testing team can point out bugs at the early stages of unit, alpha, beta, and random testing.