MindTree launches MindTest Methodology
MindTree, an IT solutions company, launched MindTest, an integrated test methodology for quality management. The methodology is meant to integrate all the components of a testing engagement, manages the quality of testing, and delivers measurable and predictable software quality. According to Mindtree, MindTest encompasses delivery, domain, technologies, tools, training, frameworks, quality, and knowledge management to help customers achieve a higher level of test maturity and improve return on investment (ROI).
MindTest intends to provide a metric-driven approach that provides a 360-degree view of software quality, quality of testing, test management, testing processes and test automation efficiency. The metrics can improve governance, project management, accuracy in estimates and transparency to the client, states the company.
“As software products, applications and features become increasingly similar, quality will be the key differentiator,” remarked Ananda Rao Ladi, Vice President and Head of the Testing Business Unit at MindTree.”
MindTree has defined the MindTest methodology based on best practices established through testing applications and systems which were extensively used in an environment of continuous process improvement. MindTest is expected to include test quality index (TQI), which assesses quality compliance of testing process and software; and testing metrics analysis and decision framework (TMAD), which aligns metrics with business goals.
- Technical Challenges For Implementation Of GST
- Choosing The Right HR Management System For Your Firm
- Disruptive Technologies Shaking Up The Enterprise
- India’s Tech Spending To Surge By 12% in 2018: Forrester
- Here's Why Web Performance Market Will Keep Growing
- Suspicious Transactions Up Due To Surge In Digital Payments
- Making AR-VR Technologies Enterprise Ready
- Testing Times For Data Center Of The Future
- Hardware Cos Shifting To Software Revenue Model: Gemalto
- What Millennials Want From Their Employers?