A client was replacing its monolithic operations management system with three integrated “best of breed” systems to better serve their customer base. With a 100-year history of providing quality services to its customers, they needed a smooth deployment to avoid any customer impacts related to the conversion.
A client had a custom-built solution that evolved over time into a powerful and complex software application that gave them a tremendous competitive edge. As the size and complexity of the system grew, so did the number of regression tests resulting in several hundred labor-hours to manually regression test the system.
A global automotive parts client had an online presence in dozens of countries, with brand-specific web sites totaling over 6,000 pages. Its traditional waterfall methodology was proving inadequate to keep up with the rapid changes needed to maintain this online presence.
An insurance client had a large and highly-modified commercial software package that managed its various insurance products and policies. Due to the large number of customizations it was difficult to fully regression test system changes prior to release by the vendor, causing delays in their system upgrades.
A client had a maturing software application that was experiencing quality issues related to rapid feature growth. The client was making frequent production releases, but was spending too much time fixing problems in production after release.
A world-wide moving company contacted Stonemill Consulting to perform functional and regression testing for their web-based application that is used by their independent agents to sell, schedule and plan overland hauls.
A client had developed a custom on-line auction site that was experiencing rapid growth. The site already had hundreds of users who monitored several auctions simultaneously. The client wanted to know if the site’s infrastructure could support the increased load and asked Stonemill to help.