Software Testing

TestYantra Global offers a suite of software testing tools, methodology, and resources aimed at enhancing the quality assurance of your applications. Our testing services, including automation, performance, application, and security testing, instill the trust you need to undertake digital transformations for your business.
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An overview

Software testing is the process of finding defects (bugs) in a various premise and cloud-based applications against defined customer requirements (expectations). Although testing should be performed at each stage of software development, testing is generally the final phase before an application is pushed from the testing system to the pre-production system, and eventually to production system. There are various types of tests that can be performed to confirm, verify, and validate various software requirements.

These tests are generally categorized as functional and non-functional tests that are performed by developers, manual test engineers, automation test engineers, and business subject matter experts (SMEs) against the user interface (UI) of web, mobile (Android, and IOS), database, and performance related factors. White Box Testing is used by developers that have access to the application code. In Black Box Testing, the software code is invisible to the tester.

Our Software Testing services

If you are having difficulty navigating through the complex world of software testing, TestYantra is the answer to all your problems.  Here are various  software testing services available to validate the performance of an application.

Software testing Acceptance Testing


The purpose of acceptance testing is to verify whether the software meets the business requirements and enables end-users (customers) to attain their objectives. This assessment determines if the software is ready for delivery or not. End-users conduct the user acceptance testing (UAT) once it is completed.


To  ensure that your web and mobile applications are operable by both disabled and non-disabled users, you should perform accessibility testing. This type of testing aims to guarantee that your apps are functional for people with vision or hearing impairments, as well as other physical or cognitive disabilities. Organizations must comply with the regulations established by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to safeguard the rights of disabled individuals and make technology accessible to all users. Violating the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) or Section 508 may result in severe penalties.

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Software testing Ad Hoc Testing

Ad Hoc

Ad hoc testing, sometimes referred to as random testing and monkey testing involves random exploratory testing.Ad hoc testing is often performed when there is limited time available for testing or when there is a need to quickly identify defects in the software. This type of testing can be particularly useful in situations where a software application is being used in an unpredictable or rapidly changing environment.

Black Box

When conducting black box testing, the testers do not have access to the software’s underlying code. This type of testing covers a range of functional and non-functional tests, including integration testing, system testing, acceptance testing (AP), and end-user acceptance testing (UAT).

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Software Testing Compatibility Testing


To ensure that an application meets usability, reliability, and performance requirements across a range of devices, operating systems, browsers, and languages, compatibility testing is used.


Crowdsourced Testing is a software testing strategy that leverages a large number of remote certified manual testers to test an applications functional, integration, and compatibility. This on demand testing enables organizations to provide cost effective on-demand testers to quickly test an application before launch.

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Software Testing End-to-End Testing


End-to-end testing is a comprehensive testing approach that evaluates the software’s workflow, dependencies, data integrity, and communication with other systems from start to finish. This type of testing ensures that the application meets the functional requirements specified by the customer.


Manual testers and crowdsourced testers employ exploratory testing to uncover various functional and non-functional software defects.

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software testing Functional Testing


Functional testing aims to verify that an application, website, or system satisfies the customer’s needs.

Unit/code testing and regression testing are examples of black box functional testing. On the other hand, integration testing, system testing, acceptance testing, and regression testing are examples of white box functional testing.


Integration testing involves assessing the compatibility and functionality of hardware and software modules that are integrated using module-to-module I/O flows.

Once unit code testing is complete, related software modules are combined and tested as a group through integration testing.

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Software Testing Interactive Testing


Manual testers use interactive testing to develop test scripts that assess various business scenarios. Script automation follows a successful round of manual testing.


Test engineers use load testing to assess how an application performs when handling multiple user requests simultaneously while meeting the customer’s performance expectations.

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Software Testing Non-Functional Testing


Non-functional testing is a type of software testing that focuses on the performance and attributes of an application beyond its basic functionality. It  verifies the readiness of a systems performance, accessibility, security, and user experience.


Penetration testing, also known as pen testing or ethical hacking, is a type of security testing that aims to identify vulnerabilities in a system or application. It involves simulating a real-world attack by attempting to exploit vulnerabilities in the system’s security controls, processes, and architecture.

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Performance Testing

Performance testing examines the speed, stability, reliability, scalability, and resource usage of a software application under a specified workload. It involves measuring how the application responds to various levels of user activity, system stress, and data input. Performance testing is critical in ensuring that the application meets the customer’s expectations for speed and reliability.

Regression Testing

Software regression testing is performed to determine if newly developed code modifications create new defects and bugs in an application. It involves rerunning previously executed test cases to verify that the new changes have not impacted the functionality of the system.

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Smoke Testing

To ensure that the fundamental functions and critical features of an application are working, smoke testing is used as a high-level quick test. Additionally, smoke testing confirms the stability of a software application.

Sanity Testing

Sanity testing is generally performed after a smoke test to verify the functionality of key modules after bug fixes. Sanity testing is performed to ensure that previously reported bugs are fixed and that no further issues are introduced

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Security Testing

To ensure the software is safe for users, system, data, or the organization’s reputation, security testing is a crucial process that identifies potential vulnerabilities, weaknesses, risks, or threats within the software.

Sociability Testing

Sociability testing is performed to confirm that an application in its normal environment will negatively impact another application environment.

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Stress Testing

Stress testing is used by test engineers to determine applications’ upper load limit while processing the requests of multiple simultaneous users while still meeting customer performance expectations.

System Testing

System testing is a technique that tests the application’s workflow from beginning to end to ensure that the application meets the functional requirements of the customer.

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Unit Testing

Unit testing, sometimes known as code or component testing, is the process of checking small pieces of code such as fields to ensure that the individual parts of a program work properly in accordance with the customer requirements.

Usability Testing

Usability testing is a process that is used to confirm the functionality of a website or application when performing common tasks. The goal of usability testing is to confirm how easily users can interact with the software.

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White Box Testing

White box testing is normally performed as part of the software development process whereby the programmer checks the design, I/O flow, usability, and security of each program and module. This type of testing is either done manually or through code based testing in which the developer writes an additional test program to validate the primary code and modules.

Why Test Yantra?

Ensuring quality and meeting accelerated go-to-market timelines are crucial factors for the success of any application. Our team of testing experts guarantees a quick testing turnaround and optimal customer satisfaction. We assist you in rapidly validating your application from an end-user perspective and building greater confidence in launching it. You can take advantage of Test Yantra’s crowd testing professionals, explore our test automation approach, or use our revolutionary AI and ML-powered, scriptless automation tool “FireFlink” to create a more comprehensive, efficient, and intelligent testing organization.

Test Yantra serves over 1,000 clients in six countries across seven industries. Connect with our team of skilled testers to enhance your quality assurance and facilitate your digital transformation.