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Product Test 

In order to stay ahead of the increasing competitors in the aftermarket industry, we carefully developed an efficient test management process in order to deliver high-quality products on time. This process is crucial in the development of new parts, verification of existing parts, and conduction of competitive analysis. We consider the results of our expertly-designed test in deciding on the fitment, quality, and cost, as well as in crafting a knowledge base for pre-sales and after-sales customer support.

We have five phases for our test management process:

  1. Test Planning.  In this phase, we listen to the needs of our customers; from there, we assess and establish our goal. After which, we, together with our customers, agree on the general specifications of the test (e.g. what and where to test), the cost, and the duration.

  2. Test Authoring.  This is where we get into the detailed steps of the test. We create a DVPR or validation plan through our testing conditions and criteria specifically-designed for every step.

  3. Test Execution. Test cases are run according to the approved DVPR. The phase begins with getting the required fixtures and resources. Recording the configuration and set-up is essential for results analysis in the later stage.

  4. Test Tracking. With the help of our software, we are able to track each step’s test results which can be found on the dashboard. Monitoring is essential in this process as testing can be dismissed once results become evident.

  5. Test Reporting. In the last phase, we carefully evaluate the entire testing process as well as the results and relay our insights to our customers based on the agreed report format.

To execute the most efficient process possible, we ensure that our expertly- and efficiently-designed management process is integrated with defect management, requirement management, and knowledge management. We maximize the use of test management tools in order to easily detect testing process’ drawbacks and loopholes, while keeping the requirements organized.

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