Testing Levels

System Testing Services

System testing is the first E2E testing for a fully integrated and developed software product that hasn't been released yet. At this stage, we perform multiple tests, starting from functional testing to non-functional testing, utilizing both manual testing and test automation.

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E2E Functional Testing

Checking if functions work as expected

System-level functional testing focuses on the whole product to ensure it meets business and user needs. With comprehensive testing, we evaluate design, e2e critical behaviors, integrations, and output based on configuration.

During the system testing, our experienced UI/UX experts perform in-depth analysis against a large pool of devices and configurations to check if design, app's workflow, and ease of use factors match product specifications and best industry practices.

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Non-functional Testing

Checking how the functions behave

During system testing, it's crucial to test both if functions work and how well they work. The non-functional testing part covers everything starting from compatibility testing to performance and security testing.

Compatibility testing plays a major role during the system testing phase. Throughout the years, we have gathered 3500+ real devices from various manufacturers with different OS's and their versions to deliver the best results.

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Manual testing & Test automation

The balance in system testing

There should always be a balance in software testing. The best-case scenario is to introduce test automation and supplement it with manual testing. With over a decade of experience in manual testing and test automation, we can provide this strategic balance.

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Test automation

Test automation is key to streamlining software development and decreasing time-to-market. We strategically automate repeatable test cases using the latest frameworks to enable continuous integration, rapid regression, and performance testing at scale.

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Manual testing

While test automation is crucial during the system testing phase, it lacks a human touch/perspective. Manual testing should be a part of the system testing phase to ensure the quality of the solution. With over a decade of hands-on software testing experience across diverse domains, we can help you validate your solution's functionality, usability, and edge cases.

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The difference

In-house vs Outsource teams

System testing is usually done by QA engineers, but there is a difference between in-house and outsourced QA teams that you should be aware of. Choose wisely and launch with confidence!

  • In-house
  • Initial product understanding
  • Unbiased perspective
  • Flexibility to scale instantly
  • Around-the-clock coverage
  • Cross-product exposure

For additional information on the benefits and downside of choosing in-house or outsourced QA, visit Why TestDevLab section.

Tech Stack

Tools used for maximum flexibility

When it comes to effective end-to-end system testing, it's not enough to have the right people, it requires the right toolset to get the most out of it and achieve the best results.

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Test Management

  • XRAY
  • TestRail
  • Zephyr
  • TestLink

and others

Performance Testing

  • Loadero
  • JMeter
  • LoadRunner
  • Postman

and others

Project Management

  • Jira
  • Trello
  • Asana
  • ClickUp

and others

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