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    Test Execution
    The execution factor.


Test Execution is arguably the most important phase in the process, as this is the point of validation to ensure that everything is in-line with what the application goals are, including:

  • Does the application function?
  • Does it behave as expected?
  • How does it handle incorrect user behaviour?
  • Is it safe?
  • Does it risk lives?
  • Is the application performant?
  • Has it been built and deployed correctly?

All of the above can be completed manually or using technology; our recommendation would be to apply both.

Overall, Test Execution:

  • Checks that the application has been built and deployed correctly
  • Provides data to assist in measuring the quality of an application
  • Identifies issues/bugs in the system
  • Identifies areas of improvement

Key Benefits

There are many benefits with effective Test Execution, including:

  • Delivers confidence in the behaviour of an application or system
  • Prevents exposure to financial loss in the event of catastrophic failure in live
  • Prevents exposure to brand/reputational damage in the event of catastrophic failure in live
  • Ensures organisations compliance with auditing guidelines


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