4 Common Quality Criteria of Software Products

4 Common Quality Criteria of Software Products
June 04 10:00 2014 Print This Article

Software testing plan must be well thought out and involve all the significant issues of the testing process. One of the issues is quality criteria.

It is important to know at what point the system under test is ready for release and mobile application testing, desktop testing or web site testing should be finished.

Working on this question one should consider both technical and nontechnical aspects of the software product. Technical criteria usually involve number and quality of found errors. Nontechnical criteria comprise other qualities of the tested application.

As a rule, many different people work on a project. It is wise to talk about this question with non-technical project members. They may give useful ideas and notice things that are overlooked by others.

These 4 Criteria May Be Used For Determining, if the Software is Ready for Release:

  • no software bugs of high severity and of high priority are discovered in course of manual and automated testing;
  • the application meets the requirements;
  • the test coverage is sufficient;
  • all the application functions and features are successfully implemented.

A software testing company informs that other quality criteria may be utilized as well. The criteria must be carefully selected, as it is very important to determine when web site testing, desktop testing or mobile testing should be over.

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