For years iBeta has been successfully accommodating all aspects of Quality Assurance for a variety of demands including functionality testing, compatibility testing, mobile testing, performance testing, and more. Some may wonder how it is possible for iBeta’s Quality Assurance resources to adapt so quickly for iBeta’s On-Demand QA model. It’s quite simple: iBeta has a diversity of testers with various skill sets and experience levels available to support a variety of Quality Assurance needs.

For initial training, all testers have access to a rich variety of immersive QA education documentation & resources. These encompass a wide range of topics not limited to testing procedures, reporting defects, terminology, test cases, and regression. Training is further reinforced with the use of an in-house generated defect-simulator called the iBeta-ulator. To the benefit of both experienced and novice testers, the simulator exposes the testers to the realistic application of standardized testing practices; performing test cases, locating defects, bug writing and reporting the defects into a bug database.

QA education is never limited to just new testers. Often testers also gain project specific experience through the practice of “shadow-testing” (testing in the background alongside ongoing projects.) This practice is especially valuable on projects which frequently expect an increase in tester demand, as it enables more testers with knowledge of the product to be quickly and easily added to a team without diminishing productivity.

Testers are also instructed in maintaining & setting up clean testing environments on a variety of platforms including the latest in Mac OSX, Windows, web browsers, Android & iOS mobile devices, etc. QA Education and training is ongoing, for which iBeta maintains continuous research and knowledge expansion in the areas of OS, Mobile Devices, and mainstream testing methodologies including ‘Agile’. By expanding upon the skill sets of all active testers, this training dynamic allows for maximum flexibility in testing practices, and nearly unlimited adaptability to any project or client needs.