Manual Software Testing Services

SQ72 Manual Software Testing Services

SQ72 have helped many clients implement innovative and inclusive testing practices, helping them mature current test practices into a more effective competency. We increase test coverage and implement effective software defect detection practices in conjunction with existing test teams or from scratch. We pride ourselves in our inclusive approach to implementing effective and ‘fit for purpose’ software testing practices, that we offer clients a free software test process evaluation to help assess current maturity levels while compiling an effective test practices roadmap to help increase the benefits of software testing practices and decrease time and expenditure related to testing practices. Get us in, we add innovative insight and tangible value to your current testing practices!

SQ72 Manual Software Testing Service Types:

SQ72 provide usability, integration, functional and user acceptance testing services. We offer clients flexible short and long term test resourcing and managed services solutions that compliment current test practices and management approaches. Manual testing encompasses various types, including:
  • Exploratory Testing: Testers explore the software, learn about its functionality, and design test cases on-the-fly based on their findings.
  • Ad-hoc Testing: Informal testing where testers execute tests without predefined plans or documentation, typically to identify defects quickly.
  • Smoke Testing: A subset of tests executed to ensure the basic functionalities of the software are working without encountering critical errors.
  • Sanity Testing: A quick round of testing to verify that specific functionality or changes have not adversely affected the system’s existing functionalities.
  • Usability Testing: Testing to evaluate how user-friendly and intuitive the software is for end-users.
  • Acceptance Testing: Testing performed by end-users or stakeholders to determine whether the software meets acceptance criteria and is ready for deployment.
  • Black Box Testing: Testing without knowledge of the internal workings of the software, focusing solely on inputs, outputs, and behaviors.
  • White Box Testing: Testing with knowledge of the internal structure and code of the software to validate its logic, paths, and data flows.
  • Regression Testing: Repeating test cases to ensure that previously developed and tested software still performs after a change.
  • Integration Testing: Testing interactions between integrated units/modules to verify the seamless flow of data and functionality.
  • User Acceptance Testing (UAT): End-users validate the software to ensure it meets their requirements and expectations before final deployment.
  • Beta Testing: Real-world testing performed by end-users in a production-like environment to gather feedback and identify issues before the official release.
  • Accessibility Testing: Testing to ensure that the software is accessible to users with disabilities, adhering to accessibility standards.
  • Localization Testing: Testing to verify that the software functions correctly when localized for different languages, regions, or cultures.
  • Compatibility Testing: Testing to ensure the software works as intended across different devices, browsers, operating systems, and environments.