Make software quality your key selling point
Bugs, glitches, and slow performance can ruin the reputation of even the most innovative and well-promoted solution. That’s why quality assurance (QA) and testing services should be an integral part of any software development process.
Early and thorough QA helps you significantly reduce the number of code errors, deliver a high-quality product, meet deadlines, and stay within your development budget.
Benefits of QA adoption
Deliver a high-quality product
Avoid costly last-minute fixes
and bugs in production
Reduce system load
and resource consumption
Get early feedback on quality
of your software
Maximize product performance
Increase end user satisfaction
Leverage Apriorit’s one-stop-shop QA services
Being QA geeks with over two decades of experience in the field, we can help you inspect any software, from smart contracts and AI-based solutions to web applications and cloud environments. Apriorit provides full-stack software testing and quality assurance services, including security and penetration testing.
Here’s a list of tasks our QA and software testing services can help you with:
QA and software testing services we provide
Quality assurance and control
Benefit from comprehensive QA services starting at the first stages of product development. We can build quality assurance software testing process from scratch using new approaches and proven best practices.
Performance and load testing
Ensure your software is stable, scalable, and performant under heavy loads while only conducting relevant types of performance testing. We’ll also help you monitor and improve performance of your systems.
Using hundreds of real and virtual Android and iOS devices, we detect and fix bugs so you can provide a seamless customer experience on any device and operating system version.
We verify the correct operation, stability, and workflow integration of each API. This type of testing ensures that your product efficiently and securely exchanges information with third-party products.
We examine how user interfaces work and whether they are easy to understand for end users. Testing your product’s UI/UX confirms that your product’s interface works as intended and that end users will be satisfied with it.
We use automated tools to increase regression testing coverage and prepare custom automation testing strategies to detect more defects in less time. This enables you to speed up product releases without compromising quality.
Preparing test documentation
Test documentation is the backbone of successful QA. We develop documentation that gives you a clear understanding of what to test, how, and when to maximize the results of your QA efforts.
Researching opportunities for quality improvements
We uncover ways to improve your product’s performance, stability, and ease of use. An unbiased assessment of your product’s performance provides you with a fresh perspective on the product.
We audit your testing strategy, QA processes, and test cases to find the most effective ways to improve them. Our experts can also assist you with getting your product certified and achieving compliance.
As part of quality assurance and testing services we provide, we generate a detailed report on what we tested and how, as well as expert tips for fixing each bug. Our reports provide you with a deep understanding of discovered issues and actionable insights on how to improve the quality of your product.
Our recent QA projects
- Testing a Windows audio driver and acquiring WHQL certification
- Web API testing for a cybersecurity solution
- Checking neural network performance of an AI-based healthcare solution
- Performance testing of a virtual application delivery platform
- Stability testing of a blockchain-based platform for international remittance payments
- Quality assurance for a cloud-based HR management platform
Why work with us?
Apriorit QA and software testing experts focus on the unique needs of each particular project to help our clients succeed. We develop a suitable testing strategy, choose a fitting methodology and tools, and help you deliver a high-quality product within your deadlines and budget.
Here’s what you get with our QA services:
Transparent and measurable results
Three outsourcing models to choose from
Focus on your needs and wants
Flexible and predictable workflow
Our clients’ success stories
Improving a Windows Audio Driver to Obtain a WHQL Release Signature
Enhancing the Security and Performance of a Virtual Application Delivery Platform
Developing Software for a Drone Battery Charging and Data Management Unit
Developing a Custom Driver Solution
for Blocking USB Devices
Building an AI-based Healthcare Solution
Supporting and Improving Legacy Data Management Software
What our clients say about us
We have a contractor relationship, but I consider them to be a part of our team. Success is always a difficult thing to measure when it comes to product development, because it doesn’t directly translate into numbers. In general, I’ve worked with a variety of software development companies and the fact that I’ve stuck with Apriorit for 4 years, even though not an absolute proof, is the best feedback I can give.
Their QA [quality assurance] people are excellent; I can give them any mission and they will figure out how to do it. Basically, they’re all capable of learning things on-the-fly, which is the most important part. Read more on Clutch.co »
CEO at Borta
The team figured out how to create this solution within about a month. After we spent another month on iteration and tons of unit tests, it was fully complete. Since then, we’ve started implementing a new RDP stack for the Microsoft remote desktop protocol.
Many vendors don’t take testing seriously, but Apriorit has a highly skilled and dedicated QA department. They provided documentation for how to use the deliverable. The coverage was over 90 percent, which is extremely high. We were astonished by how quickly they finished our first project.
Read more on Clutch.co »
Wayk Product Manager, Devolutions Inc.
We had a new mobile product for our operations and needed help creating a custom platform to manage it.
I’m very satisfied with Apriorit’s performance. Throughout our engagement, their team has completed 15–16 deliverables. After each delivery, we’ve done the QA in-house, and we’ve rarely found any issue. Given that they’re building a very complex product, I’ve always expected more bugs and issues, but they’ve always delivered a very clean product. Whenever I receive anything from Apriorit, I’m confident that it is going to work fine; that’s the best evidence I can share about the impact of their work. Read more on Clutch.co »
CTO at HomeWAV
I’ve been impressed by their [Apriorit’s] improvements over the years. Whenever we start a project or feature set, we go through the whole process of writing up a document that outlines everything, from front to back, so that we can make sure we get the entire scope of work. Then, they give feedback suggestions, which is very good from my standpoint since I’m not a software engineer. They really educate me as we go.
Their QA process has also improved immensely, to the point that when we release a product, there are no surprises. There are inevitably bugs in software, but the scale of the bugs is a lot smaller than it used to be back when we started working together. They find bugs and eliminate them before the release. They’ve really improved their QA throughout the development process. Read more on Clutch.co »
Owner of a Software Company
Our company produces cybersecurity platforms that large enterprise and government organizations use to analyze the intelligence specific to their system for different vulnerabilities and threats. They [Apriorit] have been working on developing that platform along with the in-house staff.
Their work has been brilliant; they operate like full-time staff and are fantastic and easy to work with. They are also hard workers with good technical abilities. In addition, their team follows up on issues, and if there are any problems, they immediately bring them to our attention.
Overall, I couldn’t speak more highly of them; they are lovely to work with — if they don’t have enough work, they come and ask for it. All of our stuff goes through a solid QA cycle, so we haven’t seen any issues with their work. It is really solid. Read more on Clutch.co »
Director of Engineering
at a Cybersecurity Startup Company
We were building an endpoint security detection product for Windows, but it’s difficult to create a quality, stable kernel-level driver.
Typically, I describe my requirements, they come back with refinements, I approve, and then they develop and test it. They deliver both the finished product as well as a comprehensive spreadsheet that describes the quality and stability tests of their end product release.
We test the product against a series of platforms and then distribute it to our customer base. We trust their QA; we’ve had a trivial number of failures, and most are due to user error. The other problems are usually because we’ve asked them to basically invent something brand new, and there’s no reference for it. Even then, though, my customer satisfaction rate is extraordinary. Read more on Clutch.co »
CTO at a Cybersecurity Company
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