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By: Boris Shiklo

About 10 years ago, software testing was perceived as the only possible quality assurance (QA) measure for software, according to the World Quality Report 2018–2019. However, QA has since outstepped these boundaries. The QA process now implies that all stakeholders have a direct interest in software quality during the entire project life cycle. But how should you establish such a comprehensive QA process?

Let’s consider what obstacles you may face while setting it up and explore a real-life example of how software QA consulting can solve QA problems.

Why QA consulting?

An established QA process should build in defects detection right from the project planning stage. QA teams should dwell on bugs prevention rather than just finding them, and regularly measure testing effectiveness using clear quality metrics. Project managers, business analysts, and developers should do their share in establishing a solid QA process.