What are Software Testing Objectives & Purposes?

What are Software Testing Objectives & Purposes?

  • To Discover Defects in early phase.
  • To Gain Confidence on the Software/System being delivered.
  • To Prove that the software has very little Faults
  • To Learn about the Reliability of the Software.
  • To Avoid being sued by Customers.
  • To Ensure that product Works as per User or requirements.
  • To Stay in Business with Respect, Honour and highest Reputation.
  • To Improve the Software Development Life Cycle's Process.

Why Software Testing are Necessary?

  • Human makes mistakes (example: during requirement phase, coding, testing, implementation).
  • Software testing is really required to point out the defects and errors that were made during the development phases.
  • It’s essential since it makes sure of the Customer’s reliability and their satisfaction in the application.
  • It is very important to ensure the Quality of the product. Gaining customer's confidence.
  • To get more accurate, consistent and reliable results, hence save the maintenance cost.
  • Testing is required for an effective performance of software application or product.
  • It’s important to ensure that the application should not result into any failures because it can be very expensive in the future or in the later stages of the development.
  • It’s required to stay in the business.