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QArea becomes a finalist of The European Software Testing Awards 2017

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QArea Team Marketing Manager
October 3, 2017
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The European Software Testing Awards 2017 has included QArea in the list of finalists in Best Mobile Testing Project category. With its Dashlane project, QArea shares a competition among nine reputable software companies.

The European Software Testing Awards celebrate companies and individuals who have accomplished significant achievements in the software testing and quality assurance market. QArea is honored that the expert community appreciated the level of the team’s competence, the complexity of the project and the coherence of its implementation by choosing Dashlane project in the list of finalists.

About Dashlane

Dashlane is a completely secure and user-friendly password manager. With this application, all passwords are protected. Autofilling helps to avoid fatigue and the password generator creates the most reliable combination.

To ensure trouble-free operation, QArea engineers have performed various types of testing. These included functional, compatibility, regression, ad-hoc, UI/UX, validation, smoke testing, cross-platform (iOS, Android, Mac&PC, web application) and cross-browser (Chrome, Safari, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer) testing. During the process of application development, new features have been constantly added, which required rapid response and testing. Bug reporting and bug rechecking also helped reach smooth functioning of Dashlane password manager.

All this contributed to the recognition of Dashlane as a project with a clear and concise “preparatory phase”, successful use of the best practices and technologies, and commitment to industry best practices and standards.

QArea appreciates trust and support of its clients who give the inspiration to reach new heights!

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