The concept of linking your software requirements with testing is well known and the benefits are clear – deliver software on time, with the required features and sufficient quality.
Involving QA teams at the start of the project helps to identify risks before they make it into the plan, where they will be harder to find and costly to correct.
For QA teams to effectively evaluate risks in the project plan, requirements need to be clear, unambiguous and properly documented. This whitepaper outlines the best practices and tooling that help you achieve this goal.
Using interactive simulation and scenarios to bring software requirements to life, you can:
- “'Try before you buy” - experience a change before costly development and QA cycles start
- Ask relevant questions like “what if” and “how” – which often get over looked until the end of the project
- Ensure QA test against real business objectives rather than what development has delivered
Download the whitepaper “The problem with requirements-driven testing lies with requirements” to find out how you can “define to satisfaction – test to satisfaction” in your software delivery projects.
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