CheQ Intros Software Quality Testing

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CheQ Intros Software Quality Testing


In this day and age, one never be too confident or too cautious when it comes to your software, as systems may reveal their flaws once in use, and applications can be easily broken.

As seen in recent news, there was an issue that affected thousands of clients of a local bank who were left in panic when their accounts reflected unexplained withdrawals and double deposits. The account holders feared that their accounts may have been compromised, but the bank claimed that it was due only to a system error and would be resolved in the next few days.

Eden Hernandez, CheQ's Executive Vice President, shares, "That was a great inconvenience and PR disaster that could have been avoided if more had been invested in cross-testing the system. This crisis greatly affected the credibility of the brand/company. So it's important that systems be monitored and tested regularly."

CheQ Systems helps to assure that the integrity of your systems and products remain intact, and that they perform to your expectations through its thorough processes and strict methodology. CheQ is effectively your frontline defense against brand damage, possible lawsuits, and massive losses.

Established in 2003, CheQ Systems offers an important service that is integral to all businesses. Its team of software quality engineers test and monitor your software systems and products, ensuring that they adhere to industry standards and are not susceptible to any internal or external threats.

"Business owners and companies often overlook the need for an independent software testing agency. They are unaware - or they miscalculate - the risks of releasing untested software," shares Raymund Esponilla, Vice President for Delivery Management of CheQ Systems, Inc.

Aside from the recent issue with the national bank, Esponilla cites other instances that have occurred globally wherein software bugs have led to massive financial losses. "There have been so many, just in 2010, millions of German debit and credit card holders were unable to withdraw money or make payments in shops, and thousands stranded on holiday with no access to cash. …

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