MAGENIC’S QUALITY WITH SPEED SERVICES WILL SAVE YOU TIME AND MONEY
When mission-critical enterprise projects are on the line, there’s no room for error. The cost of poor quality can quickly become a large business expense, and one that can and should be avoided. Integrating Magenic’s QAT early can bring clarity and transparency to your project while preserving your budget and speeding up your delivery timeline all while improving quality.
Magenic’s industry leading QAT Program offers:
Enterprise Quality Assurance
Full Lifecycle Testing
Quality Planning and Process Improvement using Magenic’s Adaptive Risk-Based Methodology (MARQ)
QA – Continuous Integration (QACI)
MAQS – Magenic’s Automation Quick Start Framework
Data Quality, ETL, DW/BI Testing
Mobile Application and Device Testing
Test Management, Strategy, Planning and Execution
At Magenic, we strategically partner with our clients to help them reach and retain new customers through increased adoption and utilization of their Digital Products. We are not just a technology vendor. We understand our clients’ business challenges and use technology to transform and improve their business. We create quality solutions that reduce time to market, save money, improve customer satisfaction, and ultimately grow market share. For example, we helped a major financial institution achieve 128% lift in utilization which generated a return of over 40% in savings. Contact Magenic today to learn how we can help you achieve similar results.
Magenic Automation QuickStart (MAQS) allows test engineers to rapidly develop automated tests Magenic & Forrester: 5 Must Do’s for Software Quality With Speed In March 2015, Magenic commissioned Forrester Research to evaluate the current state of application development approaches, as well as the challenges, opportunities, and importance of quality in Agile development. In the report on that evaluation (“Leverage Agile to Meet Customer Demands and Software Quality Needs”), a recommendation is made to “Apply 5 must-do’s to get your testing in order.” These must-do’’s have been further broken down and analyzed to show how to best implement them into your organization.