Automated functional testing services

The only expert who really appreciates your users can give your app the best possible rating. QAonTOP offers functional testing services to assist outstanding firms in creating products the customers will enjoy.

QAonTOP Advantages

Advantages of functional testing with QAonTOP


Ensuring the customer satisfaction

With us, you can be sure that you will be satisfied with the result.


Producing a product/software with no defects

We carefully test all products to make sure it works successfully


Ensuring of meeting all requirements

QAonTOP team first task is to ensure all points are met with our clients


Security and safety

Choosing QAonTOP you must be sure with the security and safety of your project

Functional testing services we provide:

When you hire a functional testing organization, you’re almost certainly signing a long-term contract. We start with the first implemented feature and work our way through the app’s completion and the first user. Today is a free consultation. Let’s discuss our cooperation!

Feature testing

Every new feature you add and every change you make improves your product, setting it apart from other similar items on the market. At the end of each iteration, we provide feature testing to ensure that the functionality implemented in the current build is correct.

Full system testing

When your product is ready for release, we focus on evaluating the application’s end-to-end flow, not just individual features. Every user scenario is validated from the perspective of the end user, ensuring that the functionality matches the specification criteria.

Regression testing

Regression testing is an important phase in product development that ensures that recent code modifications haven’t caused any issues with the existing system. We use test automation techniques to re-execute previously completed test cases to provide regression testing.

Automated functional testing

It’s possible that you’ll need to speed up your testing to keep up with your short development cycle. When establishing important, repetitive, and complex test procedures, we automate functional testing to save time, decrease expenses, and boost efficiency.

Smoke testing

Our goal is to verify that a program’s essential functionality is checked and ready for additional testing. It prevents a QA team from performing a thorough test on software that can’t execute basic tasks. QAonTOP wants to ensure your project success with smoke testing.

User acceptance testing

QAonTOP’s main objective with this automation type is to confirm end-to-end business flow. It doesn’t care about typos, misspellings, or system testing. User Acceptance Testing is done in another environment using data that is comparable to what is utilized in production.

Why Our Services

End-to-end testing process

End-to-end testing allows us to evaluate the entire software for dependencies, data integrity, and connectivity with other systems, interfaces, and databases to replicate an exact production situation.

Test toolset of your choice

We work with software testing teams to help them manage, track, and maintain their tests. The tools that we choose integrate very well into continuous integration and delivery processes.

Infrastructure selection

Our staff makes sure that all testing procedures are carried out on the appropriate device. Our experience with application testing services allows us to select the most suitable device for your company’s needs.

Transparent and efficient reporting

Our clients may check the status of their campaigns at any moment. We take the toolkit and set it up to see the report at any time in the reporting system they choose.

What is functional testing and how does it work?

The first stage in the functional testing process is to have a comprehensive understanding of the business requirements. This is a critical stage in ensuring the success of subsequent steps.
A good test plan is essential for successful functional testing. Test engineers must work on the test objectives so that scheduling and organizing test operations becomes easier.
After analyzing the requirements and creating a test plan, another crucial step is to create functional test cases. Test data, test input, and test output are three significant factors that must be addressed here.
In order to test specific functionality, testers should create data and use it as an input to test the application’s functioning. This form of data is referred to as input data, and the data used to test applications is referred to as test input data.
The next step is to run the tests using the test input data that was identified during the test case construction.

This is the most important stage, where the actual test output is compared to the expected test result to determine whether the tests are passed or failed.

When comparing actual and predicted outputs, log faults are defined as the variance of the difference found between them. Defects are reported by testers to development teams so that they can be fixed as soon as possible.

Frameworks and solutions

What Tools We Use

We use modern test automation stack as well as building custom tools and frameworks

Our web testing process at a glance

We offer end-to-end web automation testing services, from roadmap planning to test tool selection, test execution, and test automation. You can accelerate software releases and reduce production defects by working with us.

project requirements


devices and planning the process


test cases


testing and reports the bugs


test results

Frequently Asked Questions:

Accordion Content
A functional test is used to determine if all of the system’s or units’ functions are as expected by the user. It entails comparing the software to a list of the functions it was planned to accomplish (a specification) to verify if it performs as expected.

Functional testing focuses on a specific feature of a product. It verifies that a feature meets a set of product requirements. System testing, on the other hand, seeks to test the entire product from beginning to end.

Functional testing, product usability, performance, security, and scalability are all examples of system testing. In other words, functional and non-functional testing are both included in system testing.

What is non-functional testing, and how does it differ from functional testing? Non-functional testing examines all parts of a system that aren’t covered by functional tests. It comprises the software’s performance, usability, scalability, and dependability. We perform non-functional testing to ensure that the end-interests user’s are protected.
  • Unit Testing
  • Integration Testing
  • Interface Testing
  • System Testing
  • Regression Testing
  • Smoke Testing
  • Sanity Testing
  • Acceptance Testing

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