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You Need a Fresh Pair of Eyes to Catch the Thief

Anamika Sahu
Thursday, January 19, 2017
Anamika Sahu
It is not the beauty of a building you should look at; it's the construction of the foundation that will stand the test of time ~ David Allan Coe. This quote perfectly fits today's technology scenario where the competition is so high that companies launch software, hardware and products without testing its quality and with no assurance of its better performance. This results in failure of not just the product, software or hardware, but the company in longer run. While many companies run to launch their product, most of the time they are not ready to support the fast growth and compromises with the quality of the product.

On the other hand, several companies' products fall short of claims and gets bashed. Hence it is important that you don't hurry to take your product to the market and delay till the time your product is really ready to take the market on with the promises it claims. While positioning a product to leverage a fad is a common mistake, companies mostly gets carried away by their own thought of uniqueness and perfection of their products, hence neglecting a proper quality and assurance testing. And the number of reasons can go on and on. Though the product quality is the responsibility of the entire product team, QA & Testing team plays a significant role in setting things straight.

Hence most of the startups and small businesses usually outsource their QA & Testing, which is a no brainer. However, following this trend is even large multinational organizations who see a long term cost saving by outsourcing this activity and take out time to focus on their core business. Alongside, a fresh pair of eyes will most likely uncover defects in functionality then individuals who have worked day in and day out to develop this new software. Understanding this unique need of the customers, we at siliconindia bring to you '20 Most Promising QA & Testing Providers' who will help you get your software right. Created following strict guidelines, we believe that the list will suffice its purpose and help create better software stories.

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