4 Questions QA Managers Have About TestMonitor

by René Ceelen, on January 5, 2021

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During these chaotic times, quality assurance has never been more vital. Daily disruptions and challenges—from governmental changes to the COVID-19 pandemic to changing economic conditions around the world—demand a deeper focus on quality.

Because of this, QA managers have no time (or budget) to worry about the quality of their tools, especially when working with software testing.

Quality assurance teams find that UAT solutions like TestMonitor perfectly suit their needs during these turbulent times. QA managers and development teams must understand the purpose and objectives of their software build from the user’s point of view. To address this, TestMonitor is executed by your team, rather than by an outside provider. This enables your team to create, monitor, and change for ever-evolving requirements, test case development, and data collection/analysis. 

At TestMonitor, we recognize that choosing the best UAT QA software for your specific QA needs is not a task to be taken lightly. We know you have questions and we have the answers to the most common ones.

Question 1: What Is TestMonitor’s Approach to QA?

TestMonitor takes a holistic approach to best meet and exceed your QA software expectations. We think of everything: defining, designing, planning, and executing, as well as tracking test results, resolving issues, and reporting. That means you maintain a clear overview of all outstanding issues, statuses, and the quality of testing and retesting. You’ll also be able to keep a close eye on all changes, thanks to TestMonitor’s extensive audit trail which forms the basis for a structured approach to IT quality.

Question 2: Does TestMonitor Provide Better Control? 

TestMonitor is quite simply the all-in-one tool for any IT project. With our holistic approach that covers the process from start to finish, TestMonitor delivers tight control to QA managers. Whatever your QA software needs may be, we have you covered—budgets (time and money), objectives, users, the quality of the software through a continuous cycle of testing, issue management, retesting, and release.

Real-time reports provide complete overviews at a glance. That’s the peak elevation of QA control.

Question 3: What About Issue Management? 

If your UAT solution cannot properly provide insights into central issue management, how will your QA team know the state of quality at any given point? With TestMonitor, we’ve created a central issue QA tool that helps eliminate errors from the software and setup at an early stage, with the help of your own end users giving you an overview of the latest state of affairs at any time.

Question 4: How Will TestMonitor Improve Quality and Acceptance?

TestMonitor improves quality and acceptance by allowing your team to easily handle large amounts of requirements by organizing them into groups. User testers classify requirements by using different requirement types and can easily prioritize risks with provided classifications. TestMonitor makes it easy to assign one or multiple requirements to test cases. QA managers can readily insert requirements to link to cases. This enhances the process of interviewing end users and stakeholders and helps explore their expectations.

With our intuitive approach, QA managers will find that documentation or design plans can be nimbly incorporated into a requirements document. What kind of document? One that is clear and concise, offering details with the proper scope, and that is quantifiable, testable and traceable.

In addition, TestMonitor testing QA software enhances quality and acceptance with intuitive test registration that can easily involve more end users and harness their strengths in testing. The results? Greater detailed quality.

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