WORLD QUALITY REPORT 2013 – 2014
Organizations are increasing their QA budgets centralizing testing functions to meet the
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World quality infographic 2013 - 2014

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I've made this infographic based on World quality report 2013-2014, published by HP, Capgemini, Sogeti, which reflects the higher focus of organizations placed on Testing.

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World quality infographic 2013 - 2014

  1. 1. WORLD QUALITY REPORT 2013 – 2014 Organizations are increasing their QA budgets centralizing testing functions to meet the higher demand from consumers for high performance and error-free applications More focus on Testing  A higher share of the IT budget is invested in Testing 2013 Testing 23% (18% in 2012)  Organizations are industrializing and outsourcing their QA 41% of projects are done entirely in-house (51% in 2012) 21% of organizations have a centralized testing function (8% in 2012) 19% of organizations have fully operational Test Centers of Excellence (6% in 2012)  Mobile Testing has gained more attraction with the focus on # 1Efficiency and performance 59% #2 Security 56%  Cloud-based testing is expected to increase 30% of cloud-based testing is performed on critical, externally Cloud Testing facing applications (20% in 2012) By 2015, 32% of Testing will be performed in the Cloud Barriers  Proper test environment and data management 13% of projects are conducted using production data that can contain sensitive information 55% lack Test Environment Management skill in-house 16% of projects are conducted with data created on an ad hoc basis  Testing efficiency is reduced by late engagement in the application delivery life cycle 45% start the testing process during or after the development phase Project Planning phase 16% Requirements Definition phase 22% 10% High level Design phase Low level Design phase 20% 20% 6% 6% Realization or System Development phase Implementation phase Production or Maintenance phase This Infographic is based on World Quality Report 2013-14 of Capgemini, Sogeti and HP

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