What do you get?
High-quality and clear test documentation High-quality and clear test documentation
Transparent testing process
Increased end user satisfaction
Quality and timely releases
Increased test coverage
Improved communication between employees
Stages of the audit
Audit Planning (1 week)
In this phase, audit objectives and scope are defined and an action plan is developed. Evaluation criteria are defined and audit roles and responsibilities are established.
Gathering information (1 week)
In this phase, the necessary information about the testing processes is gathered. This may include a review of documentation such as test plans, standards, policies, defect reports, and other artifacts, as well as interviews with key participants in the testing process.
Analysis and Evaluation (1-4 weeks)
This step analyzes the information gathered and evaluates the compliance of the testing processes with established standards and guidelines. The effectiveness of the processes is assessed, and possible problems, vulnerabilities, and improvements are identified.
Identification of inconsistencies and recommendations (1 week)
If the analysis identifies inconsistencies between current practices and requirements, a list of inconsistencies is compiled. It is also important to provide recommendations for improving testing processes, including recommendations for implementing best practices and adjusting documentation.
Presentation of Results and Reporting
At this stage, an audit report is prepared, which includes a description of the actions taken, the discrepancies identified, recommendations, and an action plan for improving the testing processes. The results and reporting are presented to stakeholders, such as management, development, and testing teams.