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We execute targeted test cases and find errors in your application before end-users experience them.
In the planning stage, we check what tests are needed.
Plan & execute tests
Then our experienced QA engineers run the tests.
Log defect details
As we go, we accurately log bugs and recommendations.
Report & advise
As well as testing, we offer expert advice for optimization.
Setup and exploration
Our experience in a variety of industries, applications, and technologies means we are adept at testing many real-world scenarios.
We review available requirements and existing QA assets to check for gaps or inconsistencies. Then our team creates test plans that cover identified needs and implements those strategies. This gives us the foundation to go a step further, anticipating outlying issues with exploratory tests as we make progress.
On a user's journey
It’s vital to test the usability of an application throughout the build. We ensure your technology works as specified and intended, with creative thinking that goes beyond "does it work?" to "does it work well?" This is key to creating a great user experience.
Usability testing isn’t all that we do, of course. Book a chat to find out about all the testing types we offer.
Logging and communication
We ensure your defect tracker is optimized with custom fields and a workflow that matches your process, environments, and software.
When we find a defect, we don't simply report the surface level behavior but dig further to the root cause. That way, we capture every aspect of that issue, giving your development team a complete picture to work from. We create easy to understand and insightful dashboards and reports so that all members of the wider team can get the information they need, when they need it.
Benefits of manual testing with OnPath
Receive manual testing reports from your point of contact, so you can see the improvements we make over time.
We work with offshore QA engineers to keep your costs under budget.
Turn on/turn off options. Our skilled team scales work to meet demand.
If changes occur during the development cycle, we’re ready to test them.
As we complete initial tests, we provide recommendations for automation.
"Their flexibility has been really beneficial."
OnPath Testing has helped the client be more efficient in making assessments and fixing issues. They have great communication skills and use product management tools to stay on track. They are available and make time to talk through processes with the client.
"I liked how independent OnPath Testing was. It made them easy to work with, and my time could be put to better use."
OnPath contributed to the successful launch of a near-flawless end product. They displayed outstanding communication skills and integrated into a pre-existing development team without slowing progress. Their independent efficiency and team management skills were particularly impressive.
"We needed something out there in the market very quickly, and OnPath played a big role in getting that done."
OnPath became a crucial element to the successful development and delivery of the product. Their ability to minimize rework and maximize efficiency resulted in a successful rollout on deadline.
"OnPath Testing manages themselves extremely well. The testers were always very diligent and always got the work done."
OnPath was extremely responsive and meticulous throughout the project. They were an integral part of the end-to-end development process of the application.
"OnPath Testing has been very accommodating to us when things have come up unexpectedly."
OnPath displayed excellent skills in execution as well as strategizing how to structure and implement testing environments. When expectations of a particularly team member were not met, OnPath was responsive and proactively fixed the problem quickly.
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