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World Quality Report 2014-15: How is Testing adapting to the changing demands of an always-on world

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Three signs that business leaders are paying more attention to Quality Assurance and Testing.

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World Quality Report 2014-15: How is Testing adapting to the changing demands of an always-on world

  1. 1. adapting to the changing demands of an always-on world? greater attention to Quality Assurance (QA) and Testing . Increased proportion of IT budgets spent on QA & Testing Proportion of budgets Most of QA & The new development budget is divided across , LARGE DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION INITIATIVES Testing budgets g g g are allocated to new development projects including SMAC* technologies. Big Data and Analytics 2012 j 41 % j 52% . Greater focus on improving customer experience and security for mobile applications 5’) Functionality Performance Ease-of-use Security (% of organizations) . Evolving QA & Testing organizations (fit 2011 |4% 2011 ‘49% 201: 2 26% ‘m 2014 ‘ 70% Fully operational QA & Testing projects completed in collaboration Testing Centers of Excellence with specialist Testing service providers Organizations with strong, business oriented QA & Testing practices can achieve @ Improved customer Reduced cost of testing Positive corporate experience and release time for new reputation and products and services better customer loyalty Find out about current trends in QA and Testing. Download the World Quality Report 2014 -15 today. (417 IF“? ?? ABOUT THE WORLD QUALITY REPORT 2014-15: The largest global research study and most comprehensive source oi market analysis on enterprise application quality assurance and testing based on the data collected via telephone interviews from 1.543 senior IT executives in organizations across 25 countries. www. worldquaIityreport. com

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