Functional Testing

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Functional Testing is a quality assurance process that gives you the best quality software. Test & QA guarantees quality software products through its functional testing services irrespective of the present and future risks involved. At Test & QA, we offer excellent software functionality testing for any platform: desktop, mobile, and web, with all the solutions to all the risk evolved in the future. We ensure that the client application is being tested according to their business objectives and new parameters are set.

Our Approach Assures Highest Quality Functional Testing

Test & QA has been providing functional testing to retail, IT, eCommerce and other sectors. Our robust approach and personalized test plans ensure that all prerequisites are met according to the application as expected. We are proficient in using licensed and open source tools which helps in reducing the cost of testing. Functional testing allows us to create interfaces for the deployment of software products. Test & QA guarantees high-quality testing of applications and software with improved compatibility and integration. In the Website testing phase, our testing professionals resolve all the errors at the initial stage to get bug free applications and cover the complete scope of system functionality to make certain unbiased quality.

Our Functional Testing Services

  • Identification and analysis of requirements of any software project.
  • Input data creation and functional specifications set by project objectives.
  • Prepare and provide traceability matrix to stakeholders.
  • Executing all the test cases, for smooth functionality.
  • To carry out the output as per the requirements.
  • Analyze and assess the actual findings and compare them with expected outputs.

Our Testing Techniques

  • Integration testing: A process of testing interfaces between software units or modules. It’s an awareness of determining the correctness of the interface. The purpose of integration testing is to reveal faults inside the interplay between integrated units at the very initial stage to lower down the cost of the software.
  • System testing: carried out on an entire integrated system to evaluate the system's compliance with its targeted requirements.
  • Regression Testing: suits confirms that the latest software or code change will not affect the existing features.
  • Smoke testing: is a preliminary testing process to check whether the software program is ready for further testing or not.
  • Acceptance testing: ensures that the software can handle all the required responsibilities in actual-world scenarios and according to specifications.


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Functional Testing includes unit testing, integration testing, system testing, and user acceptance testing (UAT), each focusing on different aspects of functionality.

Functional Testing can identify issues like incorrect calculations, missing or broken features, user interface problems, and workflow errors.

Functional Testing can be both manual and automated. Manual testing involves human testers executing test cases, while automated testing uses scripts and tools to automate the process.

Common tools for Functional Testing include Selenium, Appium, TestComplete, and JUnit for automated testing, and tools like TestRail for test case management.

A Functional Tester is responsible for creating test cases, executing them, documenting defects, and ensuring that the software functions correctly.

Automation can speed up the testing process, increase test coverage, and enable regression testing to catch issues early as the software evolves.