Wednesday, October 08, 2008

When to Stop Testing: The Customer’s View

          This is a great information shared by a customer on Utest community. I have taken few words from him to share with you and also added the link at the end for your reference.
          On our forum, there’s a discussion about when to stop testing software - when enough testing is enough.  There are a lot of good answers in the discussion, but one that I wanted to highlight is the voice of the customer.

         The customer expects certain things from their software.  A consumer may not care if the software crashes once in a while, but a business may expect greater reliability.  It doesn’t matter if a game displays a single pixel in the wrong color, but it does matter if every time the player opens a treasure box the entire screen turns purple. To know about the customer needs, you have to click on this link...


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