GPIT has been providing software testing and quality assurance services in Bangladesh for a long time, also we have been doing QA software testing and quality assurance work for several companies in USA and UK. In continuation of that, we are committed to advancing Bangladesh's position in the global market in the field of quality assurance. Software testing and quality assurance is a process that evaluates the functionality of a software application to find defects that meet the software's design specifications and detects defects (known as bugs) using manual testing QuickTestPro/Automation Unified Functional Testing Automation. It is a step-by-step process of analyzing a software item to identify differences between existing and required conditions (defects) and to evaluate the characteristics of the software item.
At GPIT for Software Testing and Quality Assurance, you will learn both manual testing and automation testing processes through the Selenium automation testing framework QuickTestPro/Unified Functional Testing Automation. We always run all the processes keeping the user's requirements in mind. When a tester performs the testing process manually to learn more about the software after testing the software and ensuring its quality, it is called a manual testing process. In Bangladesh, we strive to perform software testing and quality assurance tasks with 100% accuracy. We are informing our esteemed customer after the successful completion of the software testing process.
In today's world, the demand for software testing and quality assurance engineers is increasing. Software quality assurance testing and expertise play an important role in the software development process. This is why one uses automation tools for software testing and quality assurance. When software is tested using automation tools to find any defects, it is called the automation testing process. Almost all IT firms employ software testing and quality assurance engineers as core team members. The software is not released without their permission.