Quality Assurance

Your insurance for seamless process automation

Establishing well-functioning processes demands systematic quality assurance for data. The importance of quality assurance is amplified in critical, high-volume, and fast-paced processes. It should be an ongoing process, conducted regularly and, at the very least, after each update to the data interchange format, interface, or the underlying system. Given that nothing is permanent except change, the integration of easily maintainable and automated quality routines is indispensable for achieving cost-efficiency.

Unfortunately, quality assurance is frequently closely linked to specific systems, environments, or use cases, posing challenges for updating the validation logic and adapting the function to diverse needs. Moreover, if there's a decision to change the system, the quality assurance function must be renewed, even if the processed data remains unchanged.

Truugo API resolves this challenge by facilitating the separation and easy maintenance of the quality assurance function as a distinct component seamlessly integrated into the existing data processing logic. This approach ensures effortless utilization of the same quality assurance function across various use cases.

Key benefits of Truugo for quality assurance

  • Quick deployment

    The implementation of Truugo API's REST interface is both easy and swift. Integrating the quality assurance function via Truugo requires only a few hours, if not less.

  • Reusable for various use cases

    Quality assurance, operated as a separate, system-independent function, can be instantly deployed for different use cases.

  • Timely and cost-efficient updates

    Maintaining test requirements remains autonomous, unaffected by other schedules, as it doesn't necessitate alterations of any related system.

  • Transparent and documented requirements

    Separating requirements from the data processing logic and maintaining them alongside documentation significantly enhances integrity, transparency, and comprehensibility.

  • Facilitated reuse of requirements

    Test requirements are managed within a dedicated system, simplifying their reuse for future test cases.

  • Parallel use of multiple versions

    With the quality assurance function as a separate entity, data formats can be effortlessly validated against different specification versions to identify critical update needs beforehand.

  • Safeguarding your investment

    Changing the data processing system can be done without affecting the quality assurance function when test requirements are maintained in a separate application.

Dive into details

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