Software Quality Assurance at umwerk is an integral part of the software engineering process. After all, the business success of our digital solutions and ecosystems is based to a large extent on the quality of our products as well as on their ability to reach the market in flawless condition and fast. As a pioneer in terms of Quality Assurance, we monitor each phase of the software development process in order to guarantee the quality of our interaction and software design, and in order to assure that the software complies with our discerning standards at any time.
For us, determining, analyzing, and managing all project requirements is the basis for efficient software development. A well-functioning Request Management as well as continual monitoring of requirements within the framework of the agile software development process are important contributing factors to making our projects successful, avoiding costly mistakes, and ensuring exceptional quality across the entire project lifecycle. That’s why we specify, together with our clients, all functional and technological requirements already before the start of a project, and we define which functionalities at which quality level the system should later possess.
Based on our clients’ wishes, we draw up deployment concepts conforming to the operative requirements and the ideal use of the software solutions. In particular, complex multi-layered applications to be used by your employees and customers are exceedingly demanding in terms of accessibility, availability, performance, and data security. Moreover, distributing the application on various platforms for mobile usage calls for intensive preparation and planning.
Since we want to know the condition of our software projects at any time, we work according to Continuous Integration principles. Continuous Integration is a software development method allowing short development cycles, high-quality code, and maximum transparency within the pipeline process. Instead of publishing bigger updates at larger intervals, this process realizes many smaller updates, even several times a day. In this way, integration issues or testing errors can be detected and resolved at a very early stage.