Functional Testing

Testing & QA Service

Quality requires efforts?

Any software or application is tested to assure that it is bug-free and determine that the expected outcomes resemble the actual results. This is where the need for functional testing occurs. Functional testing is essential for businesses as it simulates system usage and allows companies to focus on other growth factors.

Functional testing, checks User Interface, APIs, Database, Security, Client/Server communication, and other functionality of the Application under Test. The testing can be done either manually or using automation.

What do we do?

With our dynamic and assorted crew of qualified professionals, we can take care of all of your testing requirements. Our quality team can be assembled within the shortest span with different tools, platforms, versions, and devices required to boost your software’s possibilities of success all the time.

Our minds and makers work their level best to provide best-in-class Testing Services with tests data inclusive of:

  • Precise videos and screenshots to make it easy for you to understand what they have discovered.
  • The comprehensive process that we have used to achieve results.
  • Report on bugs found during testing along with a severity rating.

We understand that every small section of the software shall function appropriately, and we make sure to take care of it for you with the most feasible testing solutions.

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Goals of Functional testing

  • Primary functions
    Testing the main functionalities of an application
  • Basic Usability:
    It involves basic usability testing of the system. It checks whether a user can freely navigate through the screens without any difficulties.
  • Accessibility:
    Checks the accessibility of the system for the user.
  • Error Conditions:
    Testing techniques to check for error conditions and whether suitable error messages are displayed.

Workflow for functional testing

  • Determine which functionality of the product needs to be tested. This can vary from testing main functions, messages, error conditions, and/or product usability.
  • Create input data for functionalities to be tested according to specified requirements.
  • Determine acceptable output parameters according to specified requirements.
  • Execute test cases.
  • Compare actual output from the test with the predetermined output values. It reveals if the system is working as expected.