QUALITY MANAGEMENT

Mycura has a Quality Management System made up of a complex set of engineering and managerial activities that ensure that bespoke quality software is provided throughout the entire workflow process.

QMS TASKS AND OBJECTIVES
 

Elaboration and implementation of procedures and protocols for software development process based on Industry standards and ideal practices.

 

Verifying and validating product quality to make sure that it complies with the business needs and expectations of clients.

 

Monitoring the life-cycle of products to maintain compliance with established process and guidelines.

 

Establish effective collaboration between all project team members.

 
 
 

COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH TO QUALITY MANAGEMENT

We provide full-cycle servicing that covers every aspect of application creation and implementation.

 

Quality Planning

At Mycura, we craft quality plans that govern the standards, regulations, guidelines and tools applicable over the course of the development of each project.

Quality Assurance

We have established procedures that assess project performance and strive to assure that quality standards are met along with ensuring that the deliverables fulfill customer expectations.

Quality Control

We gauge performance trends to identify defective code, verify that end products are of high quality and that they are complete and correct.

 

INDEPENDENT QA DEPARTMENT

Mycura’s quality assurance department is an independent subdivision that comprises skilled Quality Assurance Engineers who get involved in projects on either a dedicated or on-demand basis. Allocation of Quality Assurance Engineers depends on project size and complexity. They can be easily reallocated from one project to another upon necessity. Such flexibility optimises output as well as the efficient maximisation of project budgets.

QA THAT IS WEAVED INTO THE DEVELOPMENT LIFECYCLE

Mycura maintains quality assurance throughout the entire software development process with our Quality Assurance team members involved in all stages. A lead Quality Assurance specialist is assigned at the commencement of each project and is involved in initial business analysis and requirement specification. Such simultaneous interaction between our Development and Quality Assurance teams provide for a better understanding of a project’s scope as well as a client’s business objectives. A typical Quality Assurance workflow cycle includes the following stages:

 
Initiation and Planning

Project specification analysis, test plan elaboration and team assignment.

 
First Review

Initial testing of first development deliverables and refining the test plan and test items (if needed).

 
Iteration Audits

Ongoing testing of intermediate iterations builds.

 
Final Verification & Validation

Final product testing is conducted to ensure quality bespoke end products that is ready to be deployed.

 
 

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