6 Ways Digital Agencies Can Win and Retain Business

Posted by Gavin Everitt on Wednesday 1 August 2018


A crowded marketplace and clients that are increasingly sophisticated in their digital procurement habits have meant that while agencies may be as creative as ever, simply being full of good ideas and fluent in html is no longer a strong enough pitch. It is, perhaps, harder than ever for digital agencies to win and retain business.

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Topics: webtesting, apptesting, testing, Software Testing

How we provide peace of mind with clean-site validation certification

Posted by Rachel.Wilson on Wednesday 24 May 2017

The short few weeks before the launch of a new platform are possibly the most stressful that a business can experience. As time runs out and the pressure mounts, it can be difficult to perform adequate software testing with just an in-house team.

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Topics: Crowdsourced Testing, Crowdtesting, Software Development, Software Testing

Understanding the language of ecommerce & software testing

Posted by bugfinders on Thursday 23 February 2017

Are you aware you can obtain customer feedback through software testing before going live with your e-commerce site? Recently, there have been some amazing innovations in online translation, claiming that Smartphone users are now able to translate most of the language they come across into English, or whatever language they happen to need.

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Topics: Software Testing, Crowdsourced Testing, Retail & eCommerce

Avoid a failed app launch by software testing it first

Posted by bugfinders on Monday 20 February 2017

The Apple Watch has now been with us for a few months, but are new developers taking into consideration software testing before releasing their app? Sales have been lower than what was forecast, but many analysts are pointing out that there is often a slump between the first rush of sales upon a new product’s release and the inevitable boom at Christmas.

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Topics: Software Testing, Crowdsourced Testing

UK’s Banks Mobile Digitisation Requires Software Testing

Posted by bugfinders on Monday 19 September 2016

We are a software testing company for mobile apps and have heard on the grape-vine that the UK’s banks have been forced to offer customers a revolution in mobile banking with the same services available on mobile devices as can be found in high street branches.

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Topics: Software Testing

Why Web Accessibility & Software Testing Matter

Posted by Rachel.Wilson on Friday 29 July 2016

Web accessibility means making sure that “people with disabilities can perceive, understand, navigate and interact with the web”, and software testing plays an important role in doing so.

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Topics: Software Testing, Crowdsourced Testing, Accessibility Testing

4 reasons software testing less can actually be beneficial

Posted by bugfinders on Saturday 14 May 2016

In a digital world that’s fast-moving and constantly evolving, it’s natural to think you should always be doing more. New Smartphones, tablets, browsers and operating systems are being brought to market all the time. This means you should be doing more and more software testing to keep up, right?

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Topics: Software Testing

How Ted Baker used software testing to increase conversions

Posted by bugfinders on Saturday 14 May 2016

It was reported recently that Ted Baker has increased conversions on its ecommerce sites by 64% year on year. Ted Baker has partly attributed its recent online success to its website launches abroad. However, it has also cited a comprehensive website revamp after extensive software testing. This overhaul had two important aims: making the website easier to navigate and optimising it for mobile.

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Topics: Software Testing, Crowdsourced