Counting The Cost of Software Bugsby@uilicious
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Counting The Cost of Software Bugs

by UIlicious3mJuly 26th, 2022
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A study from 2016, software failures cost the worldwide economy $1.7 trillion. Over 3 billion people have been affected by random software bugs and unexpected glitches resulting in poor user experience. Many industries are constantly at risk for issues, including financial companies, public services, and transportation industries. With a dedicated QA team in place, the risk of having bugs and other issues find their way into the production environment and affecting consumers is reduced rapidly. Having an automated testing tool in place will further reinforce the ability to catch issues throughout the development lifecycle.

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