Quality Policy

Our Mission statement on Quality Policy:

Creating and maintaining High-level Quality Standards is the chief concern in Outsourcing, and hence the Quality Policy at WebHugh has prime importance. To induce Quality into every aspect and functionality, ranging from Processes to People and Solutions to Services, to create an all-encompassing Quality Culture and develop Collective Willingness which focuses on Doing Right Things and doing them Right in First Attempt, to Consume Minimum Resources for Deriving Highest Quality Standards for our Clients through Strong Quality Consciousness and to Strive for Continuous Improvement in the overall development of WebHugh. It has been derived with great diligence and practiced with vigor by every resource at WebHugh. Every project and sub-task undergoes stringent and exhaustive quality tests using methodologies complying to all major and latest International standards, before the final launch. Major aspects in our quality testing approach are listed below:

Best Practices & Benchmarking

All resources are encouraged to benchmark their coding and designing standards with the best in the business. Complying to Global Best Practices and achieving International Benchmarks is a way-of-life at WebHugh.

Functionality Testing

Testing the prototype to ensure all functionalities are implemented as per the guidelines. Functionality testing focuses on testing for correctness and adequacy.

Usability Testing

This test is conducted to ensure the user encounters minimum overhead, such as learning or handling activities to operate the software.

Performance Testing

This test is conducted to check the response-time from the system, taking into account the architecture, Technical optimization and factors like end-user’s Internet connection speed.

Compatibility & Compliance Testing

Compatibility is established through compliance and interoperability. This test ensures that the prototype is Compliant with all major International Standards and compatible on all major platforms. For instance, for web-based-applications and website development, we also follow the conformance as per Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 1.0 and WCAG 2.0), while as a practice we follow the WCAG checklist for A and AA conformance.