Quality

  • Our aim of Software Quality Management (SQM) is to manage the quality of software and of its development process. A quality product is one which meets its requirements and satisfies the user. A quality culture is an organizational environment where quality is viewed as everyone's responsibility.

Software Quality Assurance (SQA) layer

An Organizational quality guide of Standards, regulations, and procedures to produce, verify, evaluate and confirm work products during the software development lifecycle Incorporated knowledge base of best practices Off-the-shelf software tools selected to apply the above

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Software Quality Plan (SQP) layer

A project level quality plan written by each project for declaring project commitment to follow an applicable set of standards, regulations, procedures and tools during the development lifecycle. In addition, SQP should contain quality goals to be achieved, expected risks and risk management. SQP sources are derived from any deviation of an SQP from SQA should be justified by the project manager and be confirmed by the company management.

Software Quality Control (SQC) layer

We ensures in-process that both SQA and SQP are being followed by the development teams. SQC activities include Mentoring how to produce artifacts, such as well-defined engineering documents using standard templates Mentoring how to conduct standard processes, such as quality reviews Perform in-process quality reviews to verify, evaluate and confirm artifacts Verify and evaluate to improve the use of methods, procedures and adopted software tools