Every organization runs its business using software, and such softwares should be thoroughly tested before it gets released into the market. At this stage, automation testing is essential for the rapid release of effective and secure software products. To achieve this, the testing team adopts automation frameworks as it helps them to manage complicated testing tasks within the PDCA (Plan-DO-Check-Act) cycle even with less experience.
Do you recall using any of these popular speech recognition systems like Apple Siri, Microsoft Cortana, Amazon Alexa? These systems make use of techniques like machine learning and deep neural network to mimic human interactions. In most of our daily tasks, we are making use of such technologies without our knowledge.
Transformation in technology is now a phenomenon. Today’s innovation becomes obsolete tomorrow. In this ever-changing business needs, most companies’ opt-out of their data centers and migrate to cloud services. The main drive for this migration is the adoption of technology across every business vertical. Many organizations see the cloud as a crucial platform to succeed with their digital transformation.
The initial move towards the Digital Health Revolution is that healthcare providers are now recognizing that the industry is shifting its focus to patient care, who is now the customer, and that they need to utilize the technology to improve the patient experience. HealthTech services, explicitly, set the standard for dynamic healthcare experience and conventional medical organizations are concentrating on the benefits of engaging with patients in new, technologically-enabled ways.
ISO 13485 is the standard for the quality assurance of medical devices, which provides comprehensive guidance across the value chain. It allows an organization to demonstrate commitment and ability to deliver devices that consistently meet regulatory standards.
ISO 13485: 2016 explicitly addresses how companies are implementing a management strategy that focuses on safe and effective products.
Most organizations struggle and face challenges to handle data growth effectively. They have large volumes of data stored in different data repositories, which are likely to expand exponentially in years to come. This growth causes operational and storage issues that create havoc with application performance and maintenance.
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) certification is not only beneficial to the client of an organization but also a valuable internal evaluation process, which allows the company to evaluate its business practices.
An organization must demonstrate that it adheres to voluntary ISO standards to achieve ISO certification. The organization must operate efficiently and safely to deliver products and services of the highest quality that meets or exceeds customer expectations.
Salesforce is a cloud-based CRM solution tool that brings enterprises and consumers together. It is one such widely recommended Customer Relationship Management software for business as it offers seamless integration with other business applications such as Marketing, E-commerce, ERP, Supply chain, and so on.
Need an enhanced product that is competent enough with no compromise on quality? Or do you want to deliver a software product with no in house testing team? All this requires technical expertise that experts can provide. However, what if the technical experts you need aren’t on your payroll?
Well, that’s why firms are embracing this Cloud model QA -TaaS. It brings a new dimension to the software community. The enterprises which implement this model enjoy on-demand and versatile access to services at the right time at a reasonable price.
A growing number of organisations have turned to the cloud as a way to increase flexibility and improve resource utilization. The reason behind opting out for cloud services is its abundance benefits including scalability, growth, agility, cost benefits. Organizations who were previously apprehensive about joining the cloud, it has been reported that 83% of companies will work in the cloud by 2020. Of that 83%, 41% of business workloads will be run on public cloud platforms, while 20% are predicted to be private cloud platforms.