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  • Cygnet Infotech Pvt. Ltd.
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  • 171 Clarence Street,
  • Sydney,
  • NSW 2000
  • Tel: +61-280-147-206


  • Cygnet Infotech Pvt. Ltd.
  • 2A, Manikyam, Opp. Samudra
  • Annexe, Off. C. G. Road,
  • Navrangpura, Ahmedabad
  • Gujarat 380009
  • Tel: +91-79-30487400
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Test Case Definition

Testing is necessary if you want a project to succeed. Software examination is as complex as the system being evaluated. Most companies trust "soft skills" when it comes to developing the required test cases. It has been seen that intuitively obtained cases bring about poor results and are mostly a waste of time. Our test case definition services enable you to become the architect, designer and master builder of assessment cases.

Derivation is the only stage where you can control the sustainability and efficiency of assessment. Our services are very easy to get started with. Test case specification with us is also future-proof i.e. the manual test cases are automated through incremental test automation.

The fact that conceptual failures have multiple disastrous effects in IT is not only applicable in the case of coding but also in testing. Trial cases need to be derived in a methodologically appropriate way. The principles that we use such as limit analysis, equivalence class and combinatorial considerations are internationally accepted and valid.

We help in:

  • Creating equivalence classes from the various sources
  •  Modular concept, process structures and reusable data
  • Search functions and filters for quality overview
  • Automatically generating combinations
  • Deriving test coverage of each case
  • Presenting all the information on a single screen

To make sure that the trials are executed properly, a detailed list of specifications is needed which must contain all the steps and data involved in evaluation. These specifications can be taken from design through drag and drop.

Earlier automated and manual test cases were totally different fields. And as automation required a different technical specification namely coding, moving from one field to another was indeed a difficult task.

We structure the automated and manual trial cases in a similar manner and present it in a way that is comprehensible in relation to practice. This enables a transformation from manual to semi-automated to completely automated test cases.

Our test case definition thus allows smooth and effortless transition between the two different fields of manual and automated tests which, in turn, leads to a gradual increase in the degree of automation in regression tests.

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