Quality Assurance
on Demand

iBeta’s QA On-Demand model is our fastest growing service offering. It centers on the common need of quickly ramping up and down quality assurance teams to meet the needs of development and testing cycles.
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Secure Testing Lab

iBeta’s testing lab provides the highest physical and procedural security for your testing projects. Access to our lab facility is secured by electronic key-card access controls, cipher-locks, and full-hand geometry biometric locks in high security areas.

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Complete Confidentiality

We protect your intellectual property by providing you with complete confidentiality. Your project will be legally covered by a non-disclosure agreement and our secure testing lab structure will add the required security.

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Flexible QA Testing Schedules

We understand that your testing timelines are sometimes impacted by slipping development schedules and other unforeseen factors. iBeta’s flexible QA testing schedules fit well with agile schedules or changing timelines.
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Consistent Pool of Resources

Repeat business is our prime focus.  When you return with your next project, iBeta will do its best to re-assign as many of the same resources that have worked on your previous QA projects as possible.

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Our Services

Web Testing

Does your website or web app work according to specifications?

Mobile Testing

Does your mobile app work on all desired devices?

Load/Performance Testing

What user load can your application and server sustain?

Security Testing

Where are application and network vulnerabilities?

Biometrics Testing

Do you need accredited testing of your biometric system?


Do you need an EPCS certification?

Game Testing

Is your game bug-free and will it run on all devices?

Other Services

Do you have any other quality assurance needs?


We have answers. Get in touch and let’s figure out how we can serve your quality assurance needs.
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Recent Posts

Latest Apple Devices

iBeta just added the newest Apple devices to its large mobile inventory: The new iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, as well as the new Apple TV 4k are now available for testing projects. Contact us to test your app or responsive website on these or on any other of our  250 devices in our inventory. YOU BUILD IT – WE TEST... read more

The inevitable costs of bad software

When designed poorly any software can pose risks to the public. Things like the loss of personally identifiable information or enlistment into a botnet for a distributed denial of service attack are just the tip of the proverbial iceberg. And there is an effective, if unsexy, solution on the horizon: shifting product liability for bad code. In today’s software landscape, there is essentially no liability for software failures. The standard ‘click-wrap’ contract that comes with any software package disclaims liability and shifts responsibility to the end-user – and for the most part courts have upheld those agreements. As long ago as 1986, a federal court held that Apple could not be sued for bugs in its software, having disclaimed liability and made no claim that the code was bug free. But where life and death are at issue, responsibility and liability cannot be far behind. We don’t know what the disaster that triggers a call for reform will look like: It could be in the medical field with a failure of life-saving technology, or in the automotive field when a self-driving car is hit with ransom-ware… Whatever it is though, there will be inevitable demands for liability systems. And if the industry is not proactive in its approach it may well face increasing regulatory intervention. In fact, we are already seeing movement in this realm: Since 2013, the Federal Trade Commission has successfully settled with several companies it has accused of failing to take reasonable steps to secure their products. Most recently, the FTC filed a complaint against D-Link Corporation for allegedly preventable vulnerabilities in its routers and internet... read more

iBeta broadens options for accredited independent biometric testing

July 24, 2017 – Biometrics companies may have more options than they realize to improve their technologies and prove their credibility by testing them against established standards. Different standards for biometrics application performance are still evolving, along with the technology and markets for those applications. A standard originally set for Electronic Prescription of Controlled Substances (EPCS) is benefiting a growing number of companies, including ones that do not offer technologies for that particular application, says Gail Audette, quality manager for leading independent testing firm iBeta. Read full article By Chris Burt... read more

Who we are:

iBeta is a full service software testing company. Our outsourced QA services include website testing, mobile testing, load testing, and security testing. All our resources are located in our secure lab in metro Denver, Colorado.

Our Mission: Helping people improve software through testing