If you don’t like testing your product, it’s most likely your customers won’t either.

  • Saves money.
  • Inspires customer confidence.
  • Promotes efficiency.

Testing and verification has many benefits, the most important of which is cost-effectiveness. Software development consists of many stages and if bugs are caught early on in the process, it will cost much less to fix them. Implementing a test strategy that includes testers with the right experience and skills is a good investment to ensure you keep to the budget and to the time limits.

Not only does testing save money in the development phase, but also avoids loss of business if a solution is launched to the end user with bugs. End-users will turn elsewhere very quickly if their actions are blocked or difficult to do. Worse still, their trust will have been broken and they will not return.


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