A software tester can be treated as the first user of the software.
Detection of faults and defects in the early stage of system development will save both time and production costs. Repairing faults in the early stage of implementation is significantly cheaper than in the advanced stage, when the application areas are more interrelated and have more impact.
Application testing provides information about system elements that we should pay more attention to and perform additional tests. Their execution helps to signal possible delays in the project and thus save us unexpected complications.
All our testers have strong foundations confirmed by the ISTQB certificate. To make our job more effective, the whole team works very closely. We know how important testing is at every stage of software development, so we cannot imagine a project without a tester with high analytical skills.
Thanks to good cooperation, we can be sure that the product is delivered on time.
Years of experience
“We were an early-stage startup that had an idea, and working with Profil, we were able to get an MVP launch quickly. The expertise of the team is phenomenal - depth of knowledge on backend development, and rapid iteration on frontend work. We have been working with Profil for over 2 and a half years now and will continue to do so into the future.”
“The collaboration with Profil Software has permitted key in-house staff to work on company management, freeing up their time and ensuring deliverables are produced much quicker. They are a fantastic team, with excellent skills, effective methodologies, and good suggestions.”
“…Profil Software picked up our processes quickly.
They’re willing to learn new things and offer great insights.
The solutions improve the client’s speed and accuracy of performing tasks, and a new form of testing ensures fewer bugs, better uptime, and happier customers.”
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