Regular automated tests can sometimes fail to detect potential errors, costing a company a lot of money. Even if the automated test shows that the product is error-free and technically sound, the moment a user touches an application, it can tell a completely different story.
The solution is to test the application as a user would use it, without any predefined test cases.
Tigillo's expert exploratory testing engineers can meticulously skim through the entire software and test various potential use cases to catch any bugs missed by conventional testing procedures, assisting in developing error-free software.
The defects are identified, and the exploratory tests are documented to convert them into functional automated tests for future use.
The bugs identified in the earlier testing phases are categorized, and we come up with a different way to test different kind of flaws.
Our test engineers will analyze various test case scenarios and create their own list of tests to explore the user experience.
Our test engineersers work for a predefined amount of time without any distractions to analyze the application or the software from all the different angles.
Tigillo's team of experienced testers then analyses the test results to understand the various aspects of the software and how it works.
Our team then compiles all the test results and compares them with the test scenario to check if further tests are required.
Exploratory Tests are by nature non-deterministic. They produce alternate test scenarios which help us to enrich the automated tests with our discoveries.
Exploratory testing is beneficial to agile development because agile emphasizes rapid software development and release. Exploratory testing is faster because there is no time wasted in preparing large documents for test cases. We at Tigillo believe in delivering value as quickly as possible. Exploratory testing allows us to do just that.