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What We Do
VirtuesTech specializes in manual testing services that extend across various aspects of the software development life cycle to ensure that the software under test meets customer expectations, is fit for use, and is seamless.
VirtuesTech’s Manual Testing focuses on all stages of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) by involving the early phases of the SDLC to ensure the most optimal testing and save costs and time.
Requirements Ambiguity Testing
Improves requirements and reduces future defects in software by eliminating defects in the requirements phase of the SDLC.
Build verification Testing
Make sure the code changes made during the agile development process do not break the build and can be tested further.
Identifies problems before they are coded and ensures your product will succeed before it goes to market.
Real-time evaluation helps uncover defects and review a product's quality from a user's perspective.
User Acceptance Testing
Assures that the product will fulfill required actions in real-time scenarios as expected by end users.
Make sure the updates or changes have not caused new defects in the existing system.
Achieve market-leading APIs for a successful digital transformation.
Ensure all modules works in synch with each other and do not introduce bugs.
Our experts help your enterprise achieve faster growth and rapid progress by understanding and defining your testing development needs based on requirements, market expectations, and challenges.
Manual testing services enable short-term projects and those with constantly changing requirements to ensure that all requirements are covered by tests, as automation cannot be used in these cases. However, the larger the project, the more reasonable it is to supplement manual testing with automation.
A manual testing engineer compares customer requirements to the actual software look and feels when interacting with your software directly. A manual tester can detect inconsistencies in appearance, font and style selection, usability issues, and so on, by thinking from the perspective of the end-user.
A Test Engineer hits every possible logic flow combination, just like a real user navigating the system. Even if users do something unusual, the software should be able to handle it. While automation cannot cover all aspects of usage flows, manual testers frequently find issues while performing other tasks.