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Software Quality Engineering

Websym is a unique stand point of Software Quality Engineering (SQE) that helps evaluate, assesses and improves the quality of your Software. This ensures quality in the software product during its development to satisfy quality requirements established for it. Analysis and testing are the two key’s to persuade product requirements of Software Engineering to conform quality requirements and functional requirements.

Websym’s liberal focus on Software Engineering values purges the peripheral dilemmas, tackling the root cause of an issue. SQE performs a function complementary to software development engineering. With dedicated QA laboratories Websym aims to ensure a safe, reliable, and quality engineered software product is developed for clients.

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Websym’s Customers Benefits

  • Improve project controls and minimize costs
  • Better manage project teams
  • Enhance workflow and overall quality
  • Realize new forms of collaboration
  • Better connect with suppliers, contractors, and customers
  • Avoid allocation issues
  • Educate employees and improve productivity
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Our Research interest

  • Verification and validation of software systems
  • Model driven development with the Unified Modeling Language (UML)
  • Automated support for improving system testability and maintainability
  • Technology evaluation, experimental software engineering
  • Software quality assurance and control based on quantitative methods and measurement
  • Applications of artificial intelligence and evolutionary computing to software engineering
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Websym SQE Evaluation

  • Study the capability of the Software product to avoid failures as a result of fault in the software.
  • Concerned with techniques to compensate for unknown software errors and for problems in the hardware and data environments in which the software must operate.

  • Diagnosis deficiency and reasons of failure
  • Modification of the software product and removal of the defects
  • This can be easily tested

  • An ease of transporting a given set of software to a new hardware or operating system environment.

  • The capability of the component to interact with other components and component framework
  • Verify the ability of two or more software systems to exchange information and to mutually use the exchanged information.

  • Understanding the user’s efforts to recognize the logical concept and its applicability
  • Check the user’s efforts to lean its application
  • Study of Software operation and operation control

  • Capability of the Software to be adapted to diverse settings
  • Efforts necessary for installation
  • Confirms in accordance with standards or portability conventions
  • Capacity and effort necessary to replace Software

  • Software uses minimum hardware resources to perform its functions
  • Time Behavior: Time of answer, processing and function execution speed