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Software testing is a method of verifying that the actual software product meets the expected requirements and ensures that the software product is free from defects. The purpose of software testing is to identify defects and missing requirements against the specification.

Before the product is shipped to end users, all stakeholders need to ensure that it is market ready. Through testing, bugs and defects can be identified early in the development phase and eliminated before the software product is delivered to users. A properly tested software product ensures reliability, security and high performance, resulting in time savings, increased profitability and customer satisfaction.

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Defects in software products can be costly or even dangerous. They can result in financial loss and loss of life. For example, in 1985, the Canadian Therac-25 radiotherapy machine failed due to a software error. Patients received lethal doses of radiation. As a result, 3 people died and 3 others were seriously injured. In May 1996, a software error resulted in $920 million being credited to the accounts of 823 customers of a major US bank.
Testing with BizUPLab
Our company offers comprehensive quality assurance services for applications developed by us, as well as for applications developed by your teams or third parties. BizUPLab specialists perform

- Manual testing;
- Batch testing;
- API testing;
- UX/UI testing;
- Exploratory testing;
- Accessibility testing;
- User Acceptance Testing (UAT);
- Security testing;
- Performance testing.

Manual testing
Testers perform tests manually, without the use of automation tools. Manual testing is the lowest level and simplest type of testing that does not require a lot of additional knowledge. However, before automating the testing of an application, a series of manual tests should be performed first.

Batch testing
A method of testing where test processes are run in groups (packages). This is usually used when a large number of test cases need to be executed. Companies use this method to save time, as manual testing is not always possible.

API Testing
This is a type of software testing where the Application Program Interface (API) is analysed to ensure that it meets the expected functionality, security, performance and reliability. Testing is performed directly on the API and as part of integration testing.

UX/UI Testing
UX or usability testing is a method of evaluating an interface for usability and effectiveness. It is the process of determining how easy your product is to use for the end user.

UI testing is the testing of software to see if it meets the requirements of a graphical interface: does it look professional, is it designed in a consistent style.
Exploratory testing
This is a special type of software testing where the user both tests and invents a new test based on the current behaviour of the software.

Availability testing
This is the testing of software, hardware, websites or virtually any IT component for ease of use by people with certain physical disabilities.

User acceptance testing
This is testing against user needs, requirements and business processes. The purpose of UAT testing is to determine the level of usability, simplicity and intuitiveness of the interface and the level of user satisfaction.

Security testing
Testing a software product for vulnerabilities that could be exploited by attackers to gain access to sensitive information or harm the product and its users.

Performance testing
This process aims to determine the speed, scalability, stability and efficiency of the software under various load conditions. The main purpose of such testing is to determine how the system will perform in the real world with a large number of users or with a large amount of data.
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