QA & Testing

We use a judicious mix of manual and automation testing. Test Planning, Test case design, Use case analysis, development of regression test suite are some of the services that we offer. Some of the automation tools used are HP's QTP, Selenium, and SymbioWare's SymbioTest. For performance testing some of the suggested tools are WebLoad, OpenSTA, JMeter, and LoadRunner.

All Think Future Technologies services are delivered by our team of highly skilled and experienced consultants and developers. These professionals are committed to ensure the highest levels of customer satisfaction, and creating superior solutions for our clients worldwide.

At Think Future Technologies, we use a wide variety of software testing tools and processes to ensure near bug free software for our clients. Our broad portfolio of testing services includes:

Automation Testing

Using Automation tools to write and execute Test cases is called Automation Testing. When tools are not used, and test cases are executed without the help of a tool, its Manual Testing.

Benefits of Automation Testing

When you start working on an automation testing project, or even propose to introduce automation in teams, higher management is often concerned with Return on Investment (ROI) on automation. Without a doubt, Return On any Investment is a big factor in taking budgetary decisions. While test automation provides very high ROI (in dollars), it also provides other tangible/ intangible benefits, which may be beyond objective measurements, such as these-
  • Direct cost saving by reducing testing efforts of manual testers
  • Ability to run business with fewer in-house testers
  • Efficient use of in-house testers to test feature important to business changes
  • Higher team morale as they are relieved of (burden) regression testing
  • Ability to release product feature more frequently, or pack more features in same release schedules
  • Better quality and confidence in product due to higher test coverage
  • Lower customer attrition rates
  • Find regression defects in earliest stage, saving HUGE costs associated to fixing a defect if found in later stages
  • Test things that are impractical by manual effort

Tools used for Automation Testing

    For Web
  • Selenium Webdriver
  • CodedUI
  • TestComplete
  • QTP
    For Desktop
  • QTP
  • TestComplete
  • Customized scripts
  • BDD
  • Cucumber
    Scripting Language
  • C#
  • Ruby
  • Java

Accessibility Testing

Accessibility testing is done with consideration to people with differing disabilities. It ensures that people with disabilities like color blindness, old age, vision & hear impairment are able to use the application.
Now day's technology has played very vital role in providing support to the people with differing disabilities by helping them in operating the software products and have a better experience.
About 20% of the population has disability issues. A software product can cater to this big market, if it's made disabled friendly. Accessibility issues in software can be resolved if Accessibility Testing is made part of the normal testing life cycle. Looking at the latest market trend, many product companies have started including the Accessibility Testing as part of their normal testing life cycle and also started supporting the Accessibility Testing in many ways.

We recommend carrying out Accessibility Testing using combination of Manual techniques and (semi) Automation tools. Steps are:
  • An Accessibility Tester goes through the site manually and comes up with first-glance problems.
  • A semi-automated tool is invoked for the page. Based on the particular accessibility standard being tested for, an appropriate tool can be chosen. Some examples are ATRC Web Accessibility Checker or Cynthia Says.
  • The list of potential issues identified in step2, is again examined by the manual tester and appropriately flagged.

Functional Testing

Functional Testing guarantee that software applications will provide bug-free operation in compliance with all relevant functional requirements.


  • Functional testing team works closely with clients to understand project goals, structure and deliverables
  • After project requirements are transformed into test cases, the active testing phase begins
  • Test results are interpreted to understand the issues and bugs that are causing them, to determine their severity, and to establish the priority of fixes. Each bug status is thoroughly documented and tracked

Application types

TFT has extensive experience in functional testing of almost every type of software. Our core expertise areas are
  • Web applications, including enterprise Web
  • Mobile applications and distributed systems with mobile elements
  • Desktop applications
  • System utilities and applications

Localization Testing

Localization Testing checks a solution's interface and the precision of its work within a localized country- and language-specific environment. When software is localized, customers who buy the product can choose their native language and see the date, currency, paper size, etc., in the format to which they are accustomed.

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Elements for Localization Testing

  • Compliance of the application with native (localized) environments (Windows, MS Office, etc.)
  • Compliance of the application with GUI guidelines
  • Compatibility with different regional standards (e.g., date/time, time zone and currency format, postal codes, telephone numbers, paper format, etc.)
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Help files and documentation

Mobile Application Testing

Smartphones are rapidly becoming the primary method of interaction for consumers worldwide. Some facts

  • Four hundred thousand iPhone and Android smartphones sold worldwide every day
  • The number of active phones are more than the current world population
  • There have been more than 182 billion apps downloaded worldwide till 2015

There's no way to hide poor quality in the world of mobile in this age Facebook, twitter and viral flow of information...

  • 60% of mobile users will abandon your app or site if it doesn't load within 3 seconds
  • 43% said they would ever return to your app or site - and that's just scratching the surface of user expectations
  • You can launch a beautifully designed application, but if it crashes, then it will receive a poor rating and users will go elsewhere...

User Expectations

  • OS & device fragmentation: If you're aiming for widespread adoption, then you need to provide a seamless user experience regardless of the device
  • Connection speed: Does your app run the same on 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi coverage?
  • Battery Life: Does the app eat up lot of battery power
  • Data usage: Users are wising up to the fact that some apps drain battery faster than others
  • Installation & launch: Is your application easy to install and launch?
  • Interruptions: How does your mobile app behave when the device gets messages, calls and other alerts?

What are the Mobile App Testing Challenges?

Performance Management
  • Crash
  • Usability
  • User Experience
  • Security

Network Challenges

  • Multiple type of Networks(GSM / GPRS / Wi-Fi / Wi-Max etc. )
  • Unpredictable time taken for data transfer
  • Different speed of connectivity across geographies
  • Multiple Network Operators with customized Network features

Device Diversity

  • Multiple Platforms
  • Multiple Browsers
  • Rendering differences
  • Mobile devices have different application runtimes

At TFT, we have a Mobile Testing Lab where we provide the following USPs

Device Repository
  • Regularly updated with new releases of iOS & Android phones & tables
  • Android smartphones of varied form factors
  • Emulators/Simulators
  • All app can be deployed and tested without investing in mobile handset for various OS
  • We can perform UI, Stress and performance testing on it easily

Automation Tools

  • Creation of interactive tests for Web/Native and Hybrid apps
  • Run a set of test cases into different platforms, operating systems and devices, reducing the manual testing process

Cloud Testing

  • The Mobile devices can be accessed from any location of the world through web interface
  • App can be deployed, tested and managed

Performance Testing

TFT provides a tailored performance testing services to evaluate, anticipate and manage software performance under normal load, at peak periods and in stress conditions - at each stage of the software development life cycle.

Types of Software to test

Our performance testing expertise includes software solution types:
    Internet-facing solutions
  • Web portals
  • e-commerce applications
  • social media
  • SaaS, etc
    Enterprise software such as-
  • ERP
  • CRM and ECM solutions, including extranets, customer portals and other online services

Security Testing

Security Testing helps online service providers, website owners and independent software vendors to effectively manage their application from security risks and mitigate possible business impacts.


  • Monitoring the latest trends in security risks
  • Adapting proven methodologies for threats analysis and security assessment
  • Incorporating best practices for detecting and identifying vulnerabilities
  • Exploring new automation tools for security testing

Application and Areas types

    Web applications
  • Online services and horizontal portals
  • E-Commerce, Payments and Billing
  • E-Learning
  • News & Entertainment
  • Games & Gambling
    Business software
  • Collaboration Systems
  • CRM Systems
  • Financial and Accounting Systems
    Business software

Usability Testing

We help our clients to enhance their user experience and improve software productivity with our goal-oriented, process-based, knowledge-driven approach to application usability testing

Elements for Usability Testing

  • Who is the target user?
  • Actual versus perceived needs
  • Products evolution
  • User problem change
  • Regional/ cultural differences
  • Functionality
  • Design