According to research from McKinsey & Company, 25% of customers will abandon a brand after just one bad experience! It only proves that without a comprehensive testing plan and a structured QA strategy that prioritizes quality and user experience, you risk losing customers and the related revenue.
While automated testing offers unique advantages for quality teams, a well-rounded QA strategy has the right balance of automated and manual testing. It's crucial to integrate a human tester performing checks and executing test scenarios step by step, as it enables them to better evaluate the product from an end-user viewpoint. With focused exploratory testing, teams can assess the system’s behavior and uncover bugs that could be left out of automated workflows.
Join Yi Min Yang, Solutions Engineer at Sauce Labs, and Alistair Heys, Director of Product at Sauce Labs, as they present an in-depth overview of manual testing, and walk you through the best use cases to consider as you plan your QA strategy.
In this webinar, we will cover:
Why manual/live testing is essential for your QA initiatives
Manual testing on real devices, virtual devices, and virtual machines, and when to choose each
The best use cases you can leverage when testing manually on real devices and virtual machines
An interactive product demonstration followed by Q&A
Yi Min is an experienced Senior Solution Engineer at Sauce Labs. Based in Germany, he has been in the IT industry for over 10 years and worked in various roles, including being a Software Engineer, QA Engineer and an IT consultant (Scrum Master, PM, PO, DevOps) amongst others. As a Solution Engineer Yi Min is a trusted advisor to customers of every size with their testing journeys by advising and developing solutions for each and every unique requirement regardless of tech stack. In addition, he speaks at conferences, events, webinars and meetups to share his knowledge. He is comfortable in facilitating communication and collaboration between business teams, technical teams and decision makers. In his spare time Yi Min enjoys playing badminton, mountain biking, bouldering, computer games and tinkering with home automation.