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QA Testing FAQs
What is quality assurance?
Quality assurance is a term often used by enterprises that refers to eliminating or minimizing mistakes and defects in manufactured products or services. The primary theme of quality assurance is to remove defects earlier in the process rather than remove defective products after a product has been manufactured.
What is the quality assurance process?
The quality assurance process is a way of eliminating mistakes and defects when manufacturing products and is designed to avoid problems when those products are delivered to customers. ISO 9000, a set of standards designed for the manufacturing process, defines quality assurance as “part of quality management focused on providing confidence that quality requirements will be fulfilled.”
What are the different types of quality assurance testing?
There are a number of quality assurance testing approaches. Each one offers specific benefits depending on the particular manufacturing process and product. Failure testing, or stress testing, a product involves adding stress to a product or component to determine at what point and how it will fail. Statistical control is grounded in analysis of objective and subjective data and is a method of tracking variances in quality data. Models and standards are centered on a common set of requirements needed for proper. Company quality focuses more on management and people involved in the manufacturing process rather than the elimination of specific defects during the process.
How do I choose the right quality assurance services?
When in the market for quality assurance services, it’s helpful to identify candidates who offer specific qualities to ensure success. The most important qualities include leadership, communication, problem-solving ability, statistical analysis acumen, organizational and planning ability, and technical knowledge as it relates to your specific industry.