Test Management

Get rid of inefficient testing processes
and costly defects.

It’s time to take action and implement effective test management strategies in your enterprise.

With the right test management tools and processes, you can improve the quality of your products, reduce testing time, and ultimately deliver better results to your customers. Don’t wait any longer and invest in test management today and see the benefits for yourself and your customers.


Structure in the testing process

We help you implement the right tools with the right process to reassert control over your testing process.

Integration test automation

We provide one clear picture in terms of quality and "release-readiness."

Control test automations

With the right test management tools, you can track availability, allocation and setups used.

Defect & Requirement management

We provide an integrated total test management solution with your chosen solutions.

Defining measurement data

We provide the insights you need to guide your team through those crucial release decisions.

Implementing dashboards

We implement dashboards with essential insights that your team needs when making critical release decisions.

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Quality-oriented services:

Certified Engineers

To ensure the quality of our services, all test engineers are ISTQB certified.

Driven Test Managers

M2Q Test Managers manage both in-house M2Q test teams and company-owned test teams.

Training & Coaching

With the M2Q Training and Coaching programs, your Team will be trained and coached in a practical way.

What are Nearshore and Agile Software Testing Services?

Software testing services refers to the process of verifying a system for the purpose of identifying any errors or defects in a software application or program so that it functions according to customer and end-user requirements. Each product must be delivered to the full specifications required by the customer, which means that quality assurance must be thorough, deliberate and efficient. The traditional way of software development is known as the Waterfall method, in which the building process is broken down into a series of steps. This linear design provides a clear direction, but at the expense of versatility and seamless delivery. Agile Software Testing, as a current, popular alternative, can be implemented at the beginning of the project with continuous integration between development and testing, something the Waterfall method is not capable of. Instead of being sequential, Agile software development is continuous. Finally, nearshore refers to the geographic location used for outsourcing projects and services to partner companies. Most business-minded people are already familiar with offshore and onshore outsourcing, which use overseas partners and country-based third-party companies respectively to supplement your software development teams. Nearshore, by comparison, is used for outsourcing companies that are within the same time zones as your company, but located within the borders of a separate country. This allows you to have your quality assurance and software testing comprehensive teams in a location that is near the country of your headquarters.



Manual Vs. Automated testing

High-level testing is divided into two forms: manual and automated testing. The biggest difference between manual and automated testing is who performs the test case. Manual testing uses the input, inspection and attention of human testers. Automated testing, as you may understand, uses a tool to do the work for you. Manual testing is done by a tester through patient, time-tested effort. Every human tester interacts with the application or software, clicking through it to find gaps or errors. This method may take more time, but offers the unique insight of hands-on experience to help with final quality control. Automated testing is performed by a machine or tool that executes a prewritten test script. Since each test is pre-programmed, the quality of the tests depends on how well the scripts are written. It is more reliable and robust than manual, but poor programming can lead to missed errors and bugs in the product.