Do You Have QA Traceability?

Some software project failures occur because of a lack of traceability — that is,
an incomplete record of documentation around software quality assurance efforts.
With optimal traceability, testing becomes more efficient and enables collaboration
throughout the software development lifecycle as well as between product
owners and organization leaders.

In a case of “if you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it,”
some software project failures occur because of a lack of
traceability — that is, an incomplete record of
documentation around software quality assurance efforts.


The lack of traceability has a significant impact on QA
testing effectiveness and meeting strategic goals. However,
with optimal traceability, testing becomes more efficient
and enables collaboration throughout the software
development lifecycle, as well as between product owners
and organization leaders.

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