Benefits of Software Testing:

  • catching and eliminating errors
  • delivery of high-quality software, which increases customer confidence
  • reducing the costs associated with maintaining the software and repairing any defects
  • saving time that would have to be spent on fixing errors that would not be caught without testing

Seemingly, one may think that software testing is just a generator of side attractions with no measurable business value behind it. After all, the product remains the same, and the testing process itself is an additional time and financial outlay, why should anyone do it, after all, we care about speed and the lowest possible cost of implementation.

Of course, this is not the case. Quality control is one of the key roles in the software development process, and feedback from testers, in addition to eliminating errors, often protects clients from additional costs associated with the implementation of imperfect software.

How Can We Help You?

  • We perform tests
  • We audit software testing processes
  • We advise on how to improve them
  • We provide you with our specialists selected specifically for your requirements
  • We conduct trainings, and we can tailor each of them to the specific needs of your team
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Performance problems can arise when an application:
  • is visited by too many users at one time
  • is used by many users at the same time for a long time
  • is not well tested
  • is not well optimized to accept many queries in parallel
  • there is a need to change or expand physical or virtual hardware
  • memory or other resource leaks occur

At the same time, Performance Cloud Testing is capable of generating more than 1 million requests to the system per unit time in such a way as to check the maximum possible number of requests.

Hence, as part of performance testing, we also offer dedicated DDoS testing at the customer's special request.


In most projects, there is a need to perform performance tests to determine whether the systems can handle the desired number of users, or to perform system tuning that allows more efficient use of existing resources.

Properly performed performance testing allows not only the identification of design errors, but also the elimination of bottlenecks that limit system performance, so that the system:

  • handled user requests in the most efficient way possible
  • correctly responded to different load levels
  • stably worked with the planned maximum number of users


Software engineering is maturing year by year. New technologies and software production methods are emerging. The business environment for projects is also changing, and they need to be done in less and less time, more and more cheaply, and to a greater extent. Organizations that don't change, don't learn, fall behind and allow themselves to be overtaken by the competition. Other organizations like IBM, for example, are changing their profile and abandoning some branches and developing others.

In the changing world of software production, testing is gaining prominence. Testing processes must change with the organization. Just as an organization learns, so should testing improve.

To improve, you need to know where you stand and the point you want to get to. We offer services for evaluating an organization's testing processes and helping to chart a path to excellence. Evaluation of testing processes allows you to know the strengths and weaknesses of testing in your organization. It gives you the opportunity to create a roadmap that shows the directions for change. Better testing means faster software development, fewer patches, fewer failures on the production environment. This is a measurable gain for the organization. Philip Crosby once wrote "Quality is free, but it is not a gift." An investment in process improvement pays off in the long run.


In an increasing number of projects it is necessary to perform test automation. When the project is executed according to agile methodologies (e.g. SCRUM) or when successive versions of software are prepared, there is a need to repeat the same tests in order to check whether new bugs have been introduced (regression tests).

The above situations force the automation of tests, otherwise they are more expensive or even impossible to perform.

What we do for our clients:
  • we perform test script automation in functional testing
  • we help implement tools for automated testing
  • we help prepare frameworks
  • we plan and execute tests so that they are effective and provide information about software performance or quality

All this allows us to minimize the risk of implementing new versions of software, with which we ensure the peace of mind of project managers.


What is Outsourcing?

According to Marek Trotsky's definition, outsourcing is "the separation from the organizational structure of an enterprise of some of the functions performed by it independently and transferring them to be performed by other entities".

AmberTeam Testing's team consists of experienced experts with broad competencies confirmed by numerous certificates. Our testers perfectly find themselves as an integral part of already existing teams, but can also form a separate team.

Benefits of outsourcing:
  • Acquisition of resources and competencies that the company does not have, cheaper and faster than in the case of classic recruitment
  • Sharing project and financial risks with the Contractor
  • Ensuring the continuity of the project by offsetting the risks arising from the illness or vacation of a full-time employee
  • Enabling restructuring of part of the company by reducing both fixed and variable costs
  • Increasing flexibility of operations and efficiency by saving time and human resources of the company
  • Enabling concentration of resources on strategic company goals