QA Audit


What is QA audit?

Quality assurance audit is a documented, systematic process, performed in a planned manner by competent independent personnel with the objective of evaluating the application by an organization to the principles and requirements of defined quality regulations.

The primary objective of a Quality Assurance Audit is to gather information related to the on-going status of a process and then applying the information gathered to evaluate the performance of the process against defined criteria. When performing an audit, Reactive Hive reviews the activities, the records, processes, systems, user experiences, competences, etc. At the same time verifying how they match the expected performance, customer expectations and design compliance.


Comprehensive IT services include

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    Testing planning

    In-depth review and decomposition a functionality of your software product. Preparing the testing time estimation.

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    QA processes setup

    Development the required test documentation, aligning the list of devices and environments, establishing the testing and acceptance criteria.

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    Testing and results

    Performing testing, analysing the results, bug-tracking, creating the detailed testing report. Regression testing.


QA audit benefits:

  • Alternative look

    Unbiased review of every aspect of your software product, the new look may put an accent on some points that have been skipped previously.

  • Improvement suggestions

    Generating UX/UI improvement suggestions during the testing entire functionality of your software product.

  • Minimization of errors

    Providing feedback and recommendations as well as any corrective actions that the auditee needs to work on in order to meet the standard.

  • Reducing risks

    Assurance that priority issues are missing on the current step of the software development lifecycle. Especially important for dynamic projects.

  • Gaps control

    Detecting requirements gaps during the full website functionality testing, aligning the expected results, tackling.