Did you know that almost 30% of your testing investments can be saved by correctly defining and executing your testing transformation initiative?
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Traditionally, testing transformation approaches have missed the following:
Through this definition, we focus on quality, its drivers and the methods that help us achieve quality. Inherently, that precludes subjective interpretations of low or high quality.
The right testing transformation assessment model should include the following dimensions by logical units of the organization to create the right transformation roadmap:
Starting with a right top down view ensures that the variables of change are clearly understood and implementations follow in a systematic, organized and quantifiable manner. The model includes performance testing, automation, process changes, continuous improvement, tools & technologies as well as defect management & maturity evolution.
|Shivaprasad Hiremath, General Manager, Head of Testing Business at Mindtree, has over 16 years of experience in the software industry of which over 13 years have been in the area of Testing, Verification & Validation.
Shiva is currently the Business Group Head for Testing Business with a focus on Manufacturing, Travel & Transportation, and Insurance Industry Groups.
In 2003, he relocated to India and joined Wipro’s Testing Services group and has contributed both to Delivery and Pre-Sales groups for Telecom customers worldwide. He has a Bachelors of Engineering degree from U.V.C.E, Bangalore and a Master of Science from The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA.
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