Our Approach

The 3 Amigos concept in the software testing and QA context:

It was George Dinwiddie that first coined the term “3 Amigos”.

The Three Amigos approach is an agile software development technique that brings together the business analyst, developer, and quality assurance (QA) engineer to collaborate on the requirements, design, and testing of a software feature. The goal of the Three Amigos approach is to ensure that everyone involved in the development process has a shared understanding of the feature and that the feature is tested thoroughly before it is released to production.

The Three Amigos approach can be used for any type of software development project, but it is particularly well-suited for agile projects where the requirements are constantly evolving. The Three Amigos approach helps to ensure that the requirements are clear, complete, and testable, which can help to reduce the risk of defects in the final product.


What problem are we trying to solve?

The business analyst presents the requirements for the feature to the developer and QA engineer.

The business analyst revises the requirements based on the feedback from the developer and QA engineer.


How might we build a solution to solve that problem?

The developer and QA engineer discuss the requirements and provide feedback to the business analyst.

The developer designs the feature based on the revised requirements.


What about this, what could possibly happen, what is wrong?

The QA engineer develops test cases for the feature.

The developer and QA engineer execute the test cases to verify that the feature meets the requirements.

The end result

By bringing these key stakeholders together to discuss and align on requirements, expectations, and potential issues, it ensures that the software is thoroughly tested from both a functional and business perspective. As a result, the end product is of higher quality, with reduced defects and faster delivery times. This collaborative approach fosters a deeper understanding of the software's purpose and functionality among team members, ultimately leading to improved customer satisfaction and a more seamless user experience.

Why is Testing Important for Your Software Development Project?

  • Testing is the first step in determining the quality of software.
  • It confirms that all the declared functional requirements have been implemented;
  • It gives confidence in the quality of the final service;
  • It confirms that the application has no errors in the code;
  • It verifies how the user can work with the application and ensures that the end service is easy to use and does not contain features that may mislead users;
  • It ensures that stored and processed data is protected from unauthorized access and hacking;
  • It confirms that the application is able to operate in all the required conditions on all supported operating systems or web browsers correctly.
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Our People

We pride ourselves on recruiting top-tier individuals, individuals brimming with energy and a profound passion for their craft. Our foremost objective is to captivate our clients and their customers by delivering unparalleled user experiences.

Our team comprehends the paramount significance of providing your customers with nothing less than excellence. They wholeheartedly embody your brand, not only in their words but also in their actions. We take immense pride in offering a comprehensive suite of best-in-class services, encompassing our exceptional personnel, unwavering commitment, top-notch service, and cutting-edge technology.

Drawing upon over 30 years of experience in the testing industry, we have cultivated a business that is both agile and responsive, capable of surmounting any challenges that may arise along the way.

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"The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of meeting the schedule has been forgotten."