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Manual testing is the process of manually testing software for faults. It requires a tester to take on the role of the end user so that they use most of the features of the application to ensure correct behavior.

To guarantee the completeness of the test, the examiner often follows a written test plan that leads them through a set of important test cases. The purpose of manual testing is to identify bugs, issues and defects in software applications. Manual software testing is the most primitive technique of all types of testing and it helps in finding critical bugs in software applications.

Our professionals access product quality from the end user perspective and posses more than 12 years of experience with testing products and solutions for different industries. We ensure testing of any new application must be done manually before it is released so there are not any performance issues which can affect the usability or effectiveness of the software.