The Quality Assurance team are responsible for helping the development teams create an outstanding product, service or software that meets the company, government and consumer’s expectations, objectives and/or guidelines.
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In today’s competitive environment, companies must ensure that their products, services and software stand out in the market for the right reasons. Quality is a fundamental element of guaranteeing success and therefore having a quality assurance team to oversee each stage of the project will eliminate risks of project failure when it goes to market.
Quality Assurance Consultants create and maintain systematic processes in each project to check that the product or service is meeting the outlined requirements. The Quality Assurance team is often a separate team to the Project Management within an organisation, or can even be a separate business that is contracted by an organisation. Being separated means that they can offer impartial advice and an outsider’s perspective on elements of the project that could be overlooked or missed. It is the Quality Assurance team’s role to spot any defaults before the finalisation of the project and the release of the product, service or software into the public sphere.
It is important that products, services and software are quality assured, because this allows for a strong company credibility that evokes customer confidence. Individuals who work within this role are methodical workers who are exceptional problem-solvers and use their extensive experience to offer solutions.
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