Quality Assurance Team: Readiness for Changes
Information sources that affect risk assessment process appear not only at the time of reaching the project completion date. Business priorities vary in time, even during well-managed and stable projects. The probability of certain types of issues becomes more obvious as you gain experience in testing a real live system. You can count on additional knowledge about the risks to system quality during the design and development of the system, as well as in the development of tests. Sometimes it turns out that we have underestimated amount of the resources needed to ensure desirable code coverage, and it will take time to reach the level of testing agreed upon in the risk assessment. This means that it is necessary to improve and elaborate the process throughout the test subproject. Quality risks analysis process requires systematic study of risks and learning how to effectively manage them. Choosing an offshore quality assurance team as testing service providers means satisfying all qa needs.
The traditional approach to change management is to place the quality risk analysis document into the project repository and put it under the chance control discipline, usually the Change Control Board (CCB). As the project team receives new information about the risks and reaches the project milestones that trigger the risk analysis process repeat activities, the test manager or someone else responsible for risk analysis process retrieves the quality risk analysis document from the repository, updates it as a part of the analysis process, and then submits the updated document to Change Control Board for approval.
Ecommerce testing services are well-suited to continuously test websites to improve their usability, performance and reliability.
At the same time, it is quite possible that the risk analysis discovered reduction in certain risks, for example, by finding out that the networking or server architecture used to implement a certain part of the system is resistant to some kind of failure. Usually the updated results of the quality risk analysis will lead to some incremental increase in the scope of testing. If the planning was carried out qualitatively, then project participants would not be surprised at this scenario. Independent testing guarantees a reduction in costs of quality assurance and absence of commercial bias during error detection.