One of the key tasks to accomplish during a software build is delivering a product that meets all functional requirements. If a software system doesn’t cater to all of the required necessities, that software build will quickly become weakened and force great delays. In order to avoid these reworks, and possible abandonments of your next software build, make sure your development team incorporates the Use case testing approach.
Use case testing is a method that focuses on the user requirements of a system, rather than the system itself. This is done by specifying a user goal and then outlining their step-by-step processes; For example, how a user would make a hotel reservation online. In this case the development team would map out all the possible scenarios that the customer would encounter in order to complete this task. This is a very important step as it is very easy, when taking on a software build, to forget about the needs of the customers and focus on the wants of the stakeholders. By analysing a scenario such as this one, a company will not only gain valuable insight towards core functionality but they will also be able to identify any structural errors that could contribute to a poor deployment. Needless to say, use case testing is a crucial aspect to any software development project and will help your team develop a product that caters to the needs of your customers.