ERP applications such as Oracle and SAP require significant changes to be migrated to production on an ongoing basis. These applications impact a large number of end-users and stakeholders, so testing and quality assurance are critical. While migrating these changes to the production environment, a thorough verification and validation of existing business processes needs to be performed. Given the size and nature of business processes, this requires significant effort and skill.
SOAIS offers Independent ERP Testing and Validation services through our Testing Center of Excellence. Our Testing Center of Excellence has a team of experts who are experienced in Industry business processes across various ERP applications. Our consultants have years of testing experience across various testing modes including functional, regression, performance, usability, and acceptance testing. SOAIS leverages its deep industry and process knowledge to independently test, validate, and verify your ERP implementations, upgrades, or ongoing changes to these applications.
Customers can gain tangible benefits from our ERP Testing and Validation services.
Our Performance Testing and Engineering team is a dedicated Center of excellence, which meets performance and non-functional testing needs of our customers. This includes planning, execution and analysis of all related software and hardware components.
With ever increasing complexity of applications and shrinking operating budgets for the organizations, the IT departments are looking for ways to ensure reliability, availability and stability of applications while optimally using process, people and technology. A Test Centre of Excellence is a unique approach to achieve this fine balance.
SOAIS Testing Center of excellence (TCoE) solution is a robust framework that enables organizations to establish strong quality processes. Our approach to TCoE is based on the tenets of specialization and shared services.
The TCoE framework leverages tools, techniques and methodologies so that our customers can maximize benefits of centralization and standardization. It also addresses key concern areas such as knowledge management, governance, changing resource demands and resource cross-skilling.