Welcome to our whitepapers and reports section
Our philosophy of publishing content challenges the traditional way of writing whitepapers. We use multiple web sources, reports, internal individual expertise, blogs and social media conversations to source content while writing whitepapers or reports. While using these sources, we do not indulge in plagiarizing content. Each document is a unique piece which tries to capture what has been happening in the particular area and where it is headed. We invite you to write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org in case you seek any clarification on points made in any content piece.
Progress not Regress
A constant drive to build an application to make it more user and business friendly results in heavy customization of the base application and often ends up becoming unrecognizable. Over a period of time we have deduced a scientific approach to regression testing wherein confidence is built that the vulnerabilities have not disrupted the functionality of the base application. It also ensures that under the pressure to release new builds, high risk compromises are not made. 'Progress not regress ' is such a whitepaper that puts forth an approach for regression testing which ensures low risk and high coverage.
Manual Testing: Multi module integration
We assisted a leading banking product company based out of the Middle East to manually test their core banking application. The client wanted to integrate their core banking system, branch automation system, loan origination system, Islamic finance system, trade finance system, International Financial Xchange (IFX) adaptor, single administration system, single signon, and IVR, Contact Centre modules. The Zen Test Labs team execute a BOT (Build-Operate-Transfer) model that focused not only on executing the system-integration testing but also helped the client build testing capability in-house to maintain a mature testing team.
Get your QA strategy aligned today!
Most product companies build comprehensive development roadmaps while setting out on a new product with test plans in place. While it would be an ideal scenario wherein product companies roll out software that works the way it should, not always is this the reality. Our QA roadmap paper built on our diverse experiences across customer environment's, goes onto outline the ideal software testing roadmap any quality assurance team should embark on to ensure minimum risk of critical failure in the applications they plan on implementing, are implementing or have implemented.
A scientific approach to testing size estimation
Most companies that test software do not estimate the size of testing. While effort and schedules are estimated as a part of the process, size often passes below the radar. While a lot is written and said about why companies miss this aspect; not much has been written about how to size testing. Krishna Iyer, CEO, ZENTest Labs has authored a paper that helps you size your testing projects accurately and provides readers a methodology to build their own test estimation models. Formulated based on the experience of executing multiple projects for Fortune 1000 companies, “A scientific approach to testing size estimation” is a one of a kind paper that will help you estimate accurately.
The art of Test Automation
Test Automation has now been in existence for over 20 years and any company that has been testing for some time realizes the importance of having a robust test automation strategy in place. However for a majority of these companies that are trying to achieve maximum automation in software testing, there is a huge gap that exists between what they dream of and what actually gets realized. Through this white paper, Mukesh Mulchandani, CTO and seasoned test automation practitioner outlines how to actually go about automating, planning, prioritizing and leveraging best practices that ensure a lesser risk of complete failure in your automation projects.