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Don't let your company look incompetent at any step. Incompetency is more devastating than ever in the uncertain times

Here is how bad it could go for small-medium businesses and beyond

1

Lack of code validation

Contact lenses retailer Vision Direct made 6,600 credit cards with CVC codes available to hackers due to adding fake Google Analytics code to their website. Vision Direct had another credit card leak on Christmas 2021

Lack of code validation
2

Subpar access policy

Accounting software developer Sage lost nearly 5% of market valuation after a rogue employee accessed data on staff of 280 UK companies

Subpar access policy
3

Software logic error

Knight Capital Group Stock traded 150 stocks that they didn’t mean to, losing $440 million in half-hour as well as 75% of group’s market valuation

Software logic error
4

Negligent regulatory compliance

Microsoft lost $1.15 billion in Xbox 360 repair costs & shipping after last-minute manufacturing change to comply with EU standards led to staggering hardware failure rates

Negligent regulatory compliance
5

Incorrect deployment cycle

Airbus missed out on an estimated $4.8 billion due to Airbus A380 engineers working on misaligned software, which resulted in the prototype missing cable slots

Incompetence has many faces, but one result

There are many potential points of failure, and not attending to just one will be catastrophic for your business

1

Upper management incompetence

  • Not challenging the technical team for an executive overview
  • Not inviting external specialists for IT audits
  • Cheaping out on IT software
2

Tech management incompetence

  • Not imposing solid workflows
  • Not aligning developers and testers
  • Not imposing appropriate access management policies
3

Tech staff incompetence

  • Deliberately signing off flawed code
  • Neglecting dangerous edge cases
  • Not documenting their work

Testing is the first step to survive

Don’t listen to us — listen to the experts certifying cars to cruise at no speed limit

“For many years, aqua has been the central component of our test management. Further test automation and test tools as well as databases are connected around aqua. The aqua support and development team is a reliable partner for the implementation of the customer requirements of the KBA.”

Jörn-Hendrick Sörensen

Federal Motor Transport Authority (KBA)

Companies that trust aqua through thick and thin

Brace for impact, together

No matter where your business is and where you’re heading, there is a good deal for you

Stay fresh or perish

With the chaotic inflation and staggering reductions in disposable income, making the right first impression is now more important than ever

20%
of revenue

is lost to subpar quality assurance

67%
of customers

cite poor performance as a reason to abandon an app

42%
of one-star reviews

are caused by bugs

Yesterday’s gains are today’s lifeline

As the cost of doing business increases every month, workflow improvements no longer mean you’re frugal. They mean your business will survive. Here’s how companies in different domains benefit from aqua

Disruption-free transition

Halting development effort is now less ideal than ever. Picking a new tool is time-consuming enough, so migrating should be a matter of days. Moving to aqua on average takes just one day with downtime much lower than that.

Monday, 10:00

Book a demo call

Monday, 13:00-13:30

Meet our chief representative Paul for a demo

Monday, 14:00-14:30

Have a chat with your QA Manager about the demo

Monday, 15:00-17:00

Sit down with the QA Manager to try the trial version

Tuesday, 10:00-12:45

Map your test data with aqua’s own migration tool

Tuesday, 13:00

Hit the import button

Tuesday, 16:00

Get comfortable in aqua: add users, set up workflows & reports

Wednesday, 10:00

Introduce the QA team to aqua

Monday, 10:00

Book a demo call

Monday, 13:00-13:30

Meet our chief representative Paul for a demo

Monday, 14:00-14:30

Have a chat with your QA Manager about the demo

Monday, 15:00-17:00

Sit down with the QA Manager to try the trial version

Tuesday, 10:00-12:45

Map your test data with aqua’s own migration tool

Tuesday, 13:00

Hit the import button

Tuesday, 16:00

Get comfortable in aqua: add users, set up workflows & reports

Wednesday, 10:00

Introduce the QA team to aqua

Our clients speak for us

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“I was surprised to find such a comprehensive and mature tool for test management in the German market not having taken it seriously beforehand.”

Jörg Großmann, Head of Development, Bank 11
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“The reporting is meaningful and provides a good basis for decisions. After the employees have used aqua, they recognize the added value very quickly.”

Thomas Haeske, Head of Organisation/IT, Berlin Hyp
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“The aqua support and development team is a reliable partner for the implementation of the customer requirements of the KBA.”

Jörn-Hendrick Sörensen, Test Manager, KBA
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“Manual test cases are easily automated with aqua. Seamless integration with test automation tools helps here.”

Dennis Seidel, QA Specialist, megapharm
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“Designing parameterizable and modular test cases means a very slim structure, enables a high reusability and accelerates creation of new tests.”

Slavcho Mavrodiev, Head of Software Development, CREM SOLUTIONS

Our clients speak for us

“Designing parameterizable and modular test cases means a very slim structure, enables a high reusability and accelerates creation of new tests.”

“I was surprised to find such a comprehensive and mature tool for test management in the German market not having taken it seriously beforehand.”

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Jörg Großmann, Head of Development, Bank 11

“The reporting is meaningful and provides a good basis for decisions. After the employees have used aqua, they recognize the added value very quickly.”

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Thomas Haeske, Head of Organisation/IT, Berlin Hyp

“The aqua support and development team is a reliable partner for the implementation of the customer requirements of the KBA.”

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Jörn-Hendrick Sörensen, Test Manager, KBA

“Manual test cases are easily automated with aqua. Seamless integration with test automation tools helps here.”

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Dennis Seidel, QA Specialist, megapharm

“Designing parameterizable and modular test cases means a very slim structure, enables a high reusability and accelerates creation of new tests.”

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Slavcho Mavrodiev, Head of Software Development, CREM SOLUTIONS

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