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W-Systems doesn’t just test software. We make sure your project is issue-free and ready to be easily adopted and used by anyone in your organization.Learn More
As project development nears completion, our team of QA experts will step in and work very closely with our developers to identify and iron out any issue they discover. We also require that the people who know your organization best (you) take part in user-testing to boost overall user adoption.
During this phase, our QA specialists will also suggest improvements to any features to ensure your final product will be easily adopted and used in your organization.
As they are located in the same office, our developer and QA teams continuously collaborate to ensure any identified issue gets fixed in a timely manner.
We will make sure to check any patches or new features to identify and fix any potential errors before going to production.
Our QA team will get accustomed to any new platform and your specific environment to ensure optimal testing.
We will work with your business users to try the system out and make sure everything is up to your standards and working as designed.
"Communication and diplomacy are key in our QA team. Our department prides itself on being able to work with testers to identify bugs, their failure cases and impact. If we do not have an open dialogue of communication, we will not be able to deliver the results."
“We recommend that your project team, as well as your champions and real business users are in the system, pressing buttons, and making sure everything is meeting your needs and working as designed.”
Whenever I reach out with an issue it is addressed in a professional manner and for the most part in a quick time frame.Amy Brake CRM Administrator, AVX Corporation
We chose W-Systems over larger providers because they gave us the flexibility of working with everybody from top management to the developers themselves at any given time.Higinio O. Maycotte Director of Technology, The Texas Tribune