Functional testing can be a daunting task, but with ACT’s expertise and experience in the field you’ll never have to worry again. We provide top quality functional services so your business organisation will meet all its required needs.
To ensure that no unforeseen bugs can crash the program, we do Smoke Testing after it's been built.
Our team of experts offers one-of-a-kind integration testing services for clients from all over the world.
Our acceptance testing is done for acceptability. We evaluate the system's compliance with business requirements and assess whether it is acceptable to be delivered.
Our Regression testing service works to ensure that new program or code changes don't adversely affect existing features.
You can rely on the Manual testing process, where skilled testers manually test your software for defects. They play the role of an end user and use most features to ensure correct behaviour. This is important at a time when you need to remove bugs from your application in its final phase.
The Automated testing process helps to make the software guaranteed flawless by running special software tools that control test execution and compare actual results with predictions. This is accomplished using advanced open-source frameworks like Selenium for conducting tests on a variety of popular browsers.
Selenium is an open-source automation framework which can be used to automate different types of tests. Gone are the days when you had to wait for manual testing and input from developers before a change could happen on your website, with Selenium there's less need for this as test scripts can be executed anytime or anywhere by remote control!
Selenium automates browsers and is a helpful tool to use for web applications. It can run in various operating systems, including many popular browser types, so you don't have any limitations when using it! Selenium runs scripts across multiple environments that makes the software more robust with consistency which will also make your testing process scalable as well.