Manual testing is a vital aspect of the QA process across all industry verticals. In some cases, like graphical user interface testing, a manual approach may show better results than automated testing. When talking about tests involving complex functionality and features being continuously developed as well as subjective validation, manual testing may be the only way to provide guaranteed results.

MERA experts have decades of experience in manual testing. We apply verified practices and rigorous methodologies to detect all critical defects in your software. All of this combined with our exploratory techniques and intuition serves one purpose: to make sure that your customers and end users get a solution that runs properly.

However, the best possible outcome is achieved when applying a smart combination of manual and automated testing.

When to test manually

  • User interface testing
  • Usability testng
  • Error handling testing
  • User acceptance testing
  • Security testing
  • Installation testing
  • Benefits of manual testing

  • Large coverege: with manual testing it's easier to cover more features and cases
  • Flexibility: test cases can be quickly updated anytime during the testing process
  • Value for money: lower testing costs without sacrificing quality
  • Human approach: intuition and logical reasoning is part of a testing toolset