QA IS Not A Money-Eating Monster!

TestFortExpert by TestFortExpert on 02/13/2015

QA IS Not A Money-Eating Monster!

QA is expensive

cookie monsterQA is the part of any development project that is treated in the negative light by many involved people. Considering benefits that are being gained from appropriate software testing this concept may be called unreasonable at the very minimum.

Yes, you are spending money on QA and you are spending a lot of money on it. An astonishing number of man-days is being spent on QA. You are investing in hardware, software and specialists. You are investing in time that is crucial to any IT project as competitors may come up with a ready solution before you and will hence potentially dominate your market spot. But all of those resources are not a waste. They are investments.

Lack of QA is even more expensive

You will pay remarkably more if there were no tests in your projects or QA was implemented in a poor way. All possible defects may pop straight out like a genie from a bottle and they will be spotted by your users or may even be taken to advantage of hackers causing huge losses in your wallet, status and brand name. History is filled with various disasters of the IT world that could have been prevented and avoided with proper QA services. Here are several of the latest examples you have probably heard about:

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