Testers & QA Experts

Available Immediately – 1 QA Analyst & 2 Testers


Software Testing is the process of evaluating a system and its components via manual or automated means to verify that it satisfies specified requirements, and/or to identify differences between expected and actual results. The goal of testing is to make software bug/risk-free, reliable, stable, usable, accessible, compatible and flexible enough to react to changing timelines and requirements.

Expertise



Based on our 25 plus years history of rich experience in solution development and over 22 years of end to end insurance systems implementations, Tritech’s Testers and QA resources offer a broad range of industry knowledge and application expertise.

Tritech Testers and QA resources perform all types of testing services such as test case creation, test plan development, test team management, quality assurance and even user acceptance testing. They use your business requirements and their experience to know exactly what areas need the attention and when and how much testing is enough.

Tritech Testers perform all aspects of testing, report any defects and provide a valuable analysis of the possible root causes. Our QA resources develop test strategies, test plans, manual test cases, automated test scripts and control the quality of the full testing life cycle. Tritech Testers and QA resources are highly professional and experienced in an array of methodologies, including Agile and their comprehensive knowledge base encompasses insurance specific processes and various industry standard testing tools such as Test Director, Quality Center and LoadRunner.

Tritech Testers enable effective Quality Assurance and testing for your IT engagement, from onset to its successful completion. Our QA resources ensure that your product conforms to all functional, usability, performance and compatibility specifications. By tapping into our years of experience we’re able to assist in optimizing your testing process to mitigate test challenges and facilitate efficiencies. Their approach to testing includes:

  • Test requirements definition: review of software requirements, system specifications, definition of acceptance criteria and product performance requirements.
  • Test strategy creation: manual and automated testing approach, choice of tools, environment and functionality testing.
  • Test planning: definition of a detailed test plan, test cases, test coverage analysis.
  • Test environment: hardware, software, test tools installation.
  • Test implementation: developing functional test cases, automated test scripts, test data creation.
  • Test execution: functional, regression, usability, performance testing; automated test scripts.
  • Test management, defect management.
  • Acceptance: product validation according to defined acceptance criteria, QA release statement preparation with recommendations for the release as well as a detailed release report.

Areas where they are able to assist:

  • New insurance platforms, features and functionality
  • New Product Deployments (all Lines and Classes)
  • New Territory Rollouts
  • Validate Product Configurations
  • Test changes to rates, rate groups, algorithms
  • Test business Rules, field Validations and Workflow processing
  • Test Form changes including Wordings and Correspondence
  • Test changes to Regulatory Reporting for new and existing plans
  • Test Training plans
  • Disaster or Systems recovery testing
  • Permissions and authority testing

Key Skills of our Testers and QA Resources:

  • Strong technical and execution skills
  • Problem identification and assessment skills
  • Ability to coordinate and manage detailed test plans and schedules
  • Experience with various testing methodologies and tools
  • Excellent written and communication skills
  • Understanding insurance systems processes and transactions
  • Strong working knowledge of IBC and GAA Plans