In the age of agile development cycles, rising customer expectations, faster time to market, and constant product evolution - the need to shift your testing efforts left have become a critical component for success. With over 25 years of experience in digital product development, our teams understand the need to deliver high quality software while being able to incorporate cultural changes such as test automation and continuous testing.
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At Miracle, we believe in a quality-first approach that promotes higher release velocities and earlier identification of product defects. With our world-class test delivery centers, we enable our customers to gain test efficiency across the digital spectrum.
Improve your development cycles by adopting a testing culture that incorporates automation, test metrics, and cross-browser test capabilities
As organizations move from slow release cycles with monoliths to iterative development cycles with microservices, testing early becomes crucial for success
Today's digital scale makes it essential for organizations to adopt a performance-first culture that incorporates load testing and quality engineering
In a market where competition is fierce, it is critical to have a focus on testing your mobile apps to improve release velocity and ensure high quality experiences
With over 25 years of domain and functional knowledge, we can help your teams release mission-critical business applications with high confidence
With devices, streaming data, and numerous protocols - the world of IoT testing spans across security testing, functional testing, application testing
Organizations must rely on delivering high quality digital experiences to stay competitive in a digital ecosystem. Teams that shift their testing efforts left, test more frequently and implement a continuous testing culture are able to achieve significant benefits in their agile development lifecycles.
Improve your test coverage by incorporating automation and adopting an iterative development cycle
Automation allows you to shift your testing efforts left, hence detecting defects much earlier in their lifecycle
The ability to test your products more frequently allows you to release them with high confidence
Improve the total cost of ownership of your testing efforts by bringing a continuous testing culture
Our customer, one of the largest tire distributors in the world, was modernizing their core integration platform to a microservices architecture and found that the lack of a test automation approach was disrupting their need to be agile and iterative.
With complex BFF (Backend for Frontend) services and over 2000+ test cases, their regression testing cycles were long, error-prone, and manual. The lack of test case documentation was also a major factor that was causing roadblocks for the success of their initiative.
Our customer is a leading nationwide provider of vehicle transition services including recovery management and remarketing. As they were modernizing their application stack and incorporating a digital business model, their main roadblock was the lack of proper testing strategy for their application stack.
With numerous applications spread across different technology stacks, there was a lack of standard testing process meaning, manual regression cycles, slower product release life cycles, and error-prone results. They were looking for a comprehensive test strategy along with the automation of their testing needs.
Our customer is a privately held technology distributor for consumer electronics including servers, storage, and networking solutions. As a part of their modernization strategy, they were undergoing the upgrade of multiple core applications including their ERP, CRM, EDI platform, WMS, and other web applications.
In addition to migrating their existing applications, they were also implementing new business initiatives that would benefit their marketing, vendor management, inventory management, and more.
The lack of a proper testing strategy along with manual regression meant that they had very little test coverage for their critical systems.
Our customer is a large automotive parts manufacturer with 170+ manufacturing plants across the globe. They were undergoing a major migration of their SAP servers and as a part of this effort, they were facing roadblocks due to the lack of test automation.
Some of their main challenges included the lack of standard testing processes, incomplete regression suite, duplicate test case scenarios, and lack of test prioritization and risk based testing.
Our customer is a national retailer specialized in novelty and gift items, clothing, jewelry, and more. They have a very complex payroll roster which is customized for their wide employee base based on process and location.
Their major challenges included,
Our customer is one the largest bottlers in the United States and they make and distribute over 300+ brands and flavors across the country. Some of their main challenges included,
They were looking for a Quality Engineering partner who could improve the test cycle times and bring higher test coverage for their complex landscape.
Our customer is a manufacturer of premium doors and windows across the United States. They were looking for a competent partner to cater to the non-functional testing requirements of their web-based eCommerce application.
Their application needs to be tested with a load based on over 7000 users to ensure that their systems can scale and handle the incoming requests under various configurations and environments.