Testing Services

Denver Technology’s Business Services team excels in delivering testing services across various platforms and systems. We integrate these services into our project management and system architecture solutions for both existing and new clients. Depending on the needs of the engagement, we either embed our experts within the client's testing team or provide dedicated testing services to ensure comprehensive coverage and effectiveness.

Key Testing Services

Denver Technology develops and delivers comprehensive testing strategies, test plans, and defect identification procedures for system implementations, while advising on testing best practices. Our key services include:


Creating detailed test plans tailored to project needs, managing both waterfall and agile methodologies, overseeing defect management to ensure issues are resolved efficiently, and implementing automated testing to enhance efficiency and accuracy.

User Acceptance Testing (UAT)

Providing comprehensive User Acceptance Testing (UAT) services, including training business users, creating detailed UAT scripts, and managing the entire UAT process to ensure thorough and effective testing.

Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT)

Conducting comprehensive Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT), including detailed planning for off-site network design verification, executing FAT scripts and configurations, and facilitating customer audits and approvals throughout the FAT process.

Site Acceptance Testing (SAT)

Performing comprehensive Site Acceptance Testing (SAT), including detailed planning for all scenarios, on-site installation and configuration of devices, execution of SAT test scripts and scenarios, and presenting and auditing the results to ensure compliance and effectiveness.

Our Approach

While Denver Technology typically follows a standard approach to testing, as per below diagram, we always consider the specific project and test type, as well as the chosen project or service delivery methodology. For instance, our approach to testing for a DevOps Software Engineering project would differ significantly from that of a Waterfall OT Infrastructure Refresh.

For a DevOps Software Engineering project, we would focus on integrating testing into the development process, using automated testing tools and continuous integration practices to ensure that code changes are thoroughly tested and validated before deployment. This approach emphasises agility and speed, allowing for rapid iteration and delivery of new features.

On the other hand, for a Waterfall OT Infrastructure Refresh, we would adopt a more traditional testing approach, with distinct testing phases following the development phase. This would involve thorough documentation of test plans and procedures, as well as manual testing by dedicated testers to ensure that the infrastructure changes meet the specified requirements and do not impact existing systems.

In both cases, our goal is to tailor our testing approach to the specific needs and constraints of the project, ensuring that testing is conducted efficiently and effectively to deliver high-quality results.

Testing Expertise

Denver Technology’s consultants are part of a diverse team of skilled professionals, ensuring a deep understanding of clients' and customers' needs to deliver comprehensive and tailored solutions. Our expertise includes:

Overseeing the successful delivery of test programs, ensuring all testing activities are effective and meet quality standards.

Designing, executing, and documenting test cases at various levels (unit, end-to-end, etc.), and reporting and tracking issues to resolution.

Providing insights into user requirements and translating them into appropriate test criteria.

Ensuring the testing program integrates seamlessly with the overall project timeline and budget.