Testing Outsourcing Companies: Outside Product Supporters
Testing outsourcing companies help people like you to create world-class software app by testing it during its entire life cycle. The testing work will be done by competent overseas experts and meanwhile you will be able to dedicate all your time for your core processes.
During commercial software development it is sometimes difficult to attract outside supporters of the product to advocate for development and implementation of the product and its features and get the customers into the right mood. If you have established close business relationship with any large corporate clients, they, in turn, can take kindly to being able to participate in elicitation and collection of the requirements for the product. For example, the outside supporters may have economic interest in the product if you offer them a discount on your product or pay them for their work on the requirements. Nevertheless, there is a danger here: you have to learn to listen not only to the most ardent supporters of the product so that not to miss the feedbacks from other customers. If you have a heterogeneous client base you must first define the basic requirements common to all clients, then additional requirements that are important for individual customers, market segments or classes of users.
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In some cases, companies that develop commercial software products rely on their own dedicated experts or external consultants, substituting real users, which may be unknown to the parties concerned or who are hard to involve in the project. Another option is to hire the right product supporter with relevant experience. One company that created central servers and client applications for use in retail, invited three full-time store managers to become product supporters. Here is another example: Piter, a family doctor, left his medical practice and get hired at companies developing medical software, where represented the views and interests of doctors. Piter’s employer was sure that a salaried staff member with medical experience would help the company to develop software that would appeal to other doctors. Another company hired several former employees of one of its core customers. These people shared their valuable experience in the subject area and described the policy of the client organization.
IT testing services can be used to tackle all software development challenges at a reasonable price and without making much effort.