Defining Quality in a Global Context
Tom Lee - Basis Technology Corporation
Companies introducing products to global markets need to maintain first-rate quality standards to ensure local acceptance of their products in each market. Yet, how does one define "quality" in a global context? This session will provide an in-depth look at technical and process-specific quality assurance requirements for entering global markets.
We will discuss considerations critical to the preparation of non-English QA programs as well as assuring quality for international releases, including proactive process planning, the selection of proper tools, and overcoming language-specific testing challenges.
This session will also educate attendees on key points essential to the successful internationalization of the QA process. Specific questions to be addressed include:
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