Do you want better visibility into the effectiveness of your testing and QA team? Sign up for our upcoming webinar on October 19th to learn what metrics you need to be tracking and how they can improve your testing and QA!
Without tracking metrics, it’s nearly impossible to tell how much testing has actually been completed.
If we’ve said it once, we’ve said it a thousand times. You can’t manage what you can’t measure.
Admittedly, I hate leading off articles with a cliché, but sometimes it just makes too much sense. Whether you’re managing QA on a multimillion-dollar software project or the roster of the Cincinnati Reds, if you’re not relying on data to make the best decision possible, you’re all but flying blind.
And in the world of software quality, that kind of ad-hoc approach can be utterly disastrous. Just look at last year—global software failures cost companies $1.1 trillion!
Without tracking metrics, it’s nearly impossible to tell how much testing has actually been completed. For instance, you could have found almost all the defects in the system or barely scratched the surface—but without metrics, you’ll never know if you’re almost done or just getting started.
At the same time, tracking a bunch of software quality metrics isn’t enough. You need to be tracking the right data—and making the right conclusions from it. That’s no easy task to accomplish on your own. So why not steal from us instead?
In attending our upcoming webinar on October 19th, Metrics That Matter: Keeping Your Projects on Track, you’ll join our Senior Practice Manager for an in-depth look at the value of QA metrics, the data you need to be capturing, and how you should be using it to keep your project on time and on budget!
Space is limited, though, so sign up today. It’s free!
We’re looking forward to seeing you on the 19th. But if you can’t make it, or just don’t want to wait until then, don’t hesitate to drop us a line for a one-on-one discussion with our webinar host. Consider it the first step towards getting your software projects back on track!