Imagine being able to perform Quality Assurance with consistency and precision. This is only possible through a machine-based approach.
Introducing James, a virtual robot that will perform QA testing and monitoring 24/7 to ensure your systems are performing as expected. And if not, James will promptly capture the error and alert you via text or email.
Why Hire James?
You might wonder why you should hire a robot instead of hiring a human to do QA testing. Here are a few considerations:
James will work 24/7, stopping only momentarily for synthetic oil maintenance.
James has a precise timer. There is no question about the time checks as availability is tested or performed.
James does not get distracted from his task. With a human tester, you unfortunately have distractions such as calls, emails, IMs, or other phone alerts.
James will monitor and test at the same time, and at any interval you wish. This ensures consistency in evaluating your availability and performance.
The QA Testing Service is completely Turn-Key
Our team will review what you want to test, configure the rules engine, set up the reports and dashboard, and deploy the robot.
As your dedicated testing robot, James will continually monitor and run tests just as if he was a real QA tester.
James takes real-time performance measurements and tracks service availability. James will prepare reports and can also send alerts.
Your dedicated QA robot can check connectivity and capture error messages. He can continuously run through a process (even hourly, 24 hrs a day). If any error pops up, or something is outside of the average performance metric, the QA robot will send alerts via email or text.
Only Pay for What you Measure
You can deploy more than one QA testing robot. Each robot can run through a series of steps. Each important step can be flagged for measurement. The standard service will capture up to 5 measurements.
A broad example shows you that you can skip measurement of some immaterial steps.
|Measures||Steps||Steps to Perform||Measure?|
|1||1||Visit website URL||Measure|
|2||Click the login button||Don't measure|
|3||Enter login credentials||Don't measure|
|2||4||Click to submit credentials||Measure|
|3||5||Enter a Query||Measure|
|6||Click details||Don't measure|
|7||Go back to Main section||Don't measure|
Watch a Demo
Watch this demo to see James doing some QA monitoring.