Large Companies Do Not Like Software Testing

Large Companies Do Not Like Software Testing
July 09 10:00 2011 Print This Article

Almost every tenth company believes that software testing is not necessary. A survey of experts in testing by Sogeti gave this result. Although over half of corporations recognize the need for testing, they considered that its cost is too high. Only 27% of respondents reported that their company regarded testing as mandatory phase, on which sufficient funds should be provided.

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Problems related to inadequate software testing, demonstrated itself in a recent incident with the cars Toyota. The company called a software bug the reason for failure in the braking system of some models. But despite the fame of this case, significant losses incurred by Toyota, and damage to its reputation, many other companies have not changed the approach to software testing. Software testing is needed to ensure quality and protect the reputation of the company. However, too often the ratio of CEO creates obstacles to the proper testing.

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