A software product's quality is one of its most important attributes. In most cases, a product's quality is the single most important factor in a project's evaluation, and with a good reason. Until there is an actual risk of unexpected defects emerging at the users, customer discontent, or the final product simply fails to live up to previous expectations in any way, a project can hardly be considered finished. The product might have already been delivered, but still weighs down those important development and business resources, in addition to boosting the budget allocated to support and warranty services.
As important a software's quality is, dealing with quality factors can prove just as difficult. A typical product is judged by quite a number of people (specialists and users alike) during its life cycle, each representing a different view on quality. More so, when it comes to actual quality measurement, some factors prove hard, and some even impossible to metrify.
Quality Control standards and methodologies deliver the professional perspective and specialist view proven to measure and control the most important quality factors. While the more widely defined field of Quality Assurance covers all activities from design, development, production, installation, servicing and documentation, QC services offered by Newnet are closely process- and product-oriented, making them smoothly fitting with any development or testing project.