Reasons why you need software QA consulting
The management of many organizations believes that all their problems related to the quality of high-tech products end with setting up an in-house IT department where QA experts are a part of the team. However, the value they bring to the company can be maximized by inviting an expert software QA consultant, especially if you notice one of the following ominous symptoms:
- Endemic critical errors in the solutions your internal team releases, which point to an inadequate QA approach
- Longer than you expect time-to-market of new features or products
- Expertise dearth when either your QA employees lack the necessary skills with particular software architecture, design, technology, etc., or the in-house crew is understaffed
- The looming necessity to pass software security compliance certification (PCI DSS, GDPR, HIPAA), process certification (ISO 27001, ISO 9001, ISO 13485), or QA maturity certification (TMMi Foundation, TPI NEXT® Foundation) audits
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Scope of our software QA consulting
DICEUS is a high-profile QA consulting company whose specialists are well-versed in all aspects of quality assurance. They have an in-depth awareness of the specifics of professional solutions in multiple industries and provide the following software QA consulting services on a turnkey basis.
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Our software QA consulting process
The success of any project is largely conditioned by a properly chosen strategy for its implementation. During 12+ years of presence in the IT outsourcing market, DICEUS has developed a meticulous and efficient roadmap for providing QA consulting services.
Our tech stack
It is the range of activities related to assisting the in-house QA team of an organization in different aspects of testing software products and ensuring their quality. As a rule, they include auditing and optimizing existing QA processes, launching such processes from scratch, CI/CD pipeline optimization, and test automation set-up.
Even if you have an internal QA team as a part of the IT department, its members may lack competence in certain technologies or software architecture types. As a result, the efficiency of the current QA pipeline may be substandard. A high-profile outsourcer will step into the breach, provide qualified advice, and take part in optimizing QA processes.
The selection procedure starts with analyzing your needs, requirements, and budget you are ready to allocate for consulting services. Then, you should study the market by combing out vendor-rating platforms (like Clutch or GoodFirms) and compile a shortlist of candidates. To choose the best among them, visit their sites to scrutinize portfolios, staff qualifications, experience in your niche, geographical location, and pricing policy. A good idea is to contact previous clients and discover their satisfaction with the cooperation process and outcomes.
It all depends on the nature of the service you commission. Consulting on a specific software type, QA training, or QA process audit can be completed within two weeks. QA process improvement, test automation implementation, and pre-certification QA assistance may take twice as much. The longest to perform (up to six weeks) is the QA process set-up.