Crowdsprint launches online crowd-based testing services for under $1,000
Press Release: Test apps and websites quicker, faster and cheaper!
MELBOURNE, 8 March 2017 – Crowdsprint Pty Ltd, a crowdsourced testing company, today announced that innovators around the world who want to deliver the best apps and websites, can now purchase testing packages online, starting from under USD$1,000. The new crowd testing platform brings the power of the crowd to software testing, making it accessible and affordable for any size business, located anywhere in the world.
Crowdsprint CEO, Jamie Duffield said: “People building apps and websites globally want to quickly and cheaply test them. We’ve made it easy to perform functionality, usability and security testing to find bugs and defects via the crowd. Whether you’re building your own apps, need a QA check on your client’s apps/websites, have run out of time and resources internally to test before launch, or you simply want to test to identify problems so they can be improved, anyone can now buy a suitable testing package online, and let crowdsprint do the rest.”
“Faulty apps and websites can be the difference between success and failure for businesses, but often, people believe that “testing” can be successfully carried out by staff, friends and family. While this is great place to start, our experience shows that an entry level “starter” package, which entails up to seven testers, seven devices with up to three days of testing, could expect to yield up to 40 valid defects. Launching an application with 40 defects could spell disaster for any business.
“By testing on real devices and operating systems with real users, businesses can vastly improve defect-detection rates, reduce testing costs by 50-70 percent, go-to-market quicker and flawlessly launch new digital products,” said Duffield.
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