Static Testing

The primary objective of all static testing is to find errors as early as possible in the SDLC and thereby improve the quality of the end-product with the least amount of cost.

Some types of documentation that are commonly reviewed are:

  • Business Requirement Specifications
  • Functional Specifications
  • Design Documents or Mockups
  • Prototypes
  • Prototype Specifications
  • Test Plans

  • Test Cases
  • Manual or Automated Test Scripts
  • Unit Test Cases
  • System Use Cases
  • Field Dictionaries
  • Help Documents or Training Guides

How we do it

  • Review all documentation related to the project
  • Create comprehensive checklists for each document
  • Validate documents with the checklists
  • Discuss issues with your team

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Benefits to a Customer

  • Increased ROI
  • Decreased number of production defects
  • Better quality code for system and user acceptance testing environments
  • Higher quality end-product
  • Reduced time-to-market

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