Quality assurance (QA) is an important piece to the puzzle in your software development lifecycle. However, not relying on a complete QA solution might slow down your organization. You can make your process more agile by utilizing a collaborative QA and testing environment such as Polarion QA.
Polarion QA allows stakeholders access to data anytime/anywhere, while viewing shared documents and test cases. Interdepartmental communication is simplified, with full traceability visible from requirements to test verification.
Some of the features available with Polarion QA: test-centric based templates, customizable workflows, secure access via centralized platform, real-time reporting capability, and flexible licensing opportunities.
Regg Struyk, Siemens PLM Polarion QA product manager, discussed six reasons to abandon Microsoft Excel for Polarion QA: collaboration, traceability, integrations, errors, limited functionality and scalability, and browser-based interaction. The full post is available here.
Using Polarion QA makes it possible to design, coordinate and track test management activities in a single, collaborative QA environment.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing traditional development testing, as new strategies must be considered for embedded systems. If you’re trying to juggle product reliability as part of your QA product, please view the following recorded webinar: “Test Strategies and Risk Mitigation for IoT and Embedded Systems.”