Published September 14, 2009
Reference - 228 Pages - 63 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781420099560 - CAT# K10002
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In today’s unforgiving business environment where customers demand zero defect software at lower costs—it is testing that provides the opportunity for software companies to separate themselves from the competition. Providing a fresh perspective on this increasingly important function, Software Testing as a Service explains, in simple language, how to use software testing to improve productivity, reduce time to market, and reduce costly errors.
The book explains how the normal functions of manufacturing can be applied to commoditize the software testing service to achieve consistent quality across all software projects. This up-to-date reference reviews different software testing tools, techniques, and practices and provides succinct guidance on how to estimate costs, allocate resources, and make competitive bids.
Replete with examples and case histories, this book shows software development managers, software testers, testing managers, and entrepreneurs how proper planning can lead to the creation of software that proves itself to be head and shoulders above the competition.
Introduction To Software Testing Management. Kinds Of Software Testing Projects. Software Testing Project Strategies. Project Effort Estimation. Software Testing Project Plan. Software Testing Project Risk Management. Software Testing Project Execution. Software Testing Project Reporting. Automated Software Testing Benefits. Customer Expectation Management. Software Testing Practice & Off-shoring. Software Testing As A Commodity. Quality, Standards & Software Testing. Appendix I. Appendix II.