The terms Testing and Software Quality Assurance (SQA) are often used almost interchangeably in the IT industry with testing professionals often classed as quality assurance professionals.
So, are these terms the same?
Although both have quality as their overall objective, a fundamental difference between the two is that testing is performed after a product has been built, or in the case of static testing, after a document has been written. In contrast, quality assurance consists of activities.
Our Methodology has both QC & QA members working in tandem to support our solutions and we have developed a range of services that provide our clients with the foundations for better software quality across the whole software solution implementation/ development lifecycle
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