SCS provides a complete suite of manual and automated testing, delivered throughout the SDLC (software development lifecycle). From strategy, planning, execution, reporting to delivery, our services are end-to-end and help act as independent and centralized validation of your project. It helps not just run your business but transform it with the help of the test results.

Testing Depth

From unit testing to system integration, our testing is thorough at every level, securing all-round quality control in each critical area of software development and implementation.

Module / component level testing

SCS's elaborate testing incorporates the industry's top standards and best practices to ensure solutions that are easy to maintain, optimized in performance and sustainable in its design and architecture.

Integration testing

Interaction between modules and components have to be efficient and reliable from the initial stages itself so that integration and final implementation is fast, thus optimizing delivery time and costs. This helps reduce the cost of ownership for end users as well. SCS's test cases ensure this.

Systems testing

From ensuring your systems are compliant with required technology, business and functional standards as well as making sure the systems are capable of handling a wide range of scenarios, our system testing is a result of our in-depth knowledge, analyses and over X years of collective testing experience.

Systems integration testing

We have substantial QA expertise in integration projects involving multiple systems deployments and interaction, including enterprise solutions implementation.


Building reliable automation requires a deep level of understanding and experience. Our proven skills and results in automated testing frameworks not just ensure streamlining your efforts in test automation but also bring down cost of maintenance.

Function Driven Framework:

Function driven framework helps minimize the human element by defining a step-by-step systematic process. The advantage of a function-driven framework is that the entire functional aspect is divided into small and customizable snippets that are flexible enough to be re-used on other automation projects as well. The major hurdle in this process is the ability to come up with snippets that are general enough to be re-used, yet customizable enough to deliver on a variety of applications. This is where SCS's expertise and experience help. Also, function driven approach results in an elaborate library over a period of time helping the automation of both Windows-based and online applications as well as short-term or long-term projects.

Data Driven Framework:

SCS's experience in testing revealed the fact that applications should not just be compatible across various platforms, but also perform consistently over time, when the amount of data being handled even on a day-to-day basis increases manifold. This pushed us to come up with solutions that are data-driven and capable of handling large volumes of data while working on different projects simultaneously. This when combined with SCS's process driven approach results in much better strategy, and hence solutions to our customers.

Modular Driven Framework:

Under certain circumstances, projects need control over every step of automation as a combination of the above two approaches. This drove SCS to develop a modular driven framework that gives teams better control while handling large amounts of data and still reduce the human element of testing. Harnessing our vast experience and expertise in coding and scripting, modular driven framework gives better control on deciding which set of test cases have to be automated and which should be done manually.

Keyword Driven Framework:

This is a user first approach where the end user is able to define keywords in order to be able to understand and track individual actions within an automated script at different stages of execution. This is most user-friendly as the information given to the end user at every stage is extremely specific to the keywords defined.

Hybrid Framework

As applications become more defined, deep and large over time, there arose a need for developing frameworks that are a combination of two or more of the above in order to deliver varied requirements in a single 'package' while still keeping timelines as per schedule and costs affordable. This drove us to develop hybrid frameworks that combine advantages of various approaches, but at the same time, are customized to individual application and flexible to specific project needs.