“You have nothing without Testing”
Do you make a plan on how and what you will test?
Do you need a schedule of when to test? We’ve seen that testing is often not planned, executed or documented well. Various levels/quality of testing should be conducted during implementations, upgrades, procedure changes and annual reviews; however, senior management does not have a view into this testing process to ensure it is managed to expectations.
ARC Risk and Compliance saw that there was a need for change in the way testing was done in the industry so we created an innovative testing methodology.
ARC Risk and Compliance has defined a regimented testing process that ensures success. We document and provide support for various types of specialized anti-money laundering (AML) technology testing.
- Unit Testing: Typically used to test a new or changed interface, or a technical feature.
- System Integration Testing: This test is designed to ensure multiple technical functions work together from end-to-end.
- Regression Testing: When upgrading your software, your organization needs to ensure that your software’s existing features continue to function as they did before the upgrade.
- User Acceptance Testing: This test is intended to allow the users to ensure the new orupgraded software meets the business requirements and functions the way they want it towhen in production.
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