The Maturity Curve of Testing Services
Many organizations fail to recognize the vital nature of testing in the product development lifecycle, subsequently limiting their ability to effectively meet the conflicting demands of quality, resources and time that exist within the product development lifecycle. Products that are created with such disregard for functional and non-functional quality face the threat of rejection and failure once they are released into the market.
This white paper explores the maturity curve by which testing practices grow in an organization. Read this white paper to understand the benefits of software testing as a managed service as well as the four vital layers of testing operations management. Explore the various stages of testing practice maturity, including:
- Developers test their own products
- Tests are designed by other members of the development team
- Tests are designed by independent testers
- Independent verification and validation
Arun Kumar Singh
Arun Kumar Singh, General Manager - BFSI Testing Services, has about 19 years of experience in IT design, development and QA. He has worked with C-DOT, DCM-DP, AT&T in USA. Arun joined Wipro in its telecom solution division in 1999. During his career in Wipro he has served in a variety of management positions encompassing technical, marketing, strategic planning, business development and delivery roles in telecom and BFSI domains. Arun has done his B.E. (honors) in Electronics and Communication Engineering and masters in Marketing Management.
- Wipro Technologies
- 29 Oct 2007
- 29 Oct 2007
- 9 Page(s)
- Product Literature