During difficult economic times, one of the first things that seems to get cut back is the quality assurance testing. Although quality assurance is often listed in the unimportant category, it can make a huge impact in your product and your company's overall revenue and success. The fewer bugs your product ships with, the more your savings. In fact, the cost of fixing anomalies during the design and implementation phase of your development will be less than a quarter of what it will cost once your product has been released. It's not the job of your customers to identify and test your products for you - unless you'd really like to alienate them and lose their future business. All it takes is one other vendor with a more stable, better designed product to cause your market share to drop like a rock (see WordPerfect vs. Word).
Our quality assurance testing includes: