.NET Core, C#, SONAR, HP Fortify, SpecFlow, Azure Cloud, Azure DevOps
2 years

The Client

Large and prominent financial institution in Europe.

The Challenge

Our client was developing an internal app with integrations into the central system, therefore, the new module had to satisfy a set of security and quality requirements. The tool needed to perform without any bugs and be flexible to handle new rules, regulations, and document workflows between departments.

The initial version of the application failed to satisfy the objectives of the project; its quality did not meet stakeholders’ needs and expectations. Users encountered several bugs when trying to run the software, which prevented them from fully taking advantage of new features. To transform domain-related requirements into a fintech solution, technologies and tools had to meet certain specifications. The app necessitated strict security rules and added user permissions.

Our client decided to troubleshoot this issue with software testing, but they lacked the necessary know-how and resources. That’s why they sought external assistance–and that’s where we came in.

The Solution

Our previous experience in creating high-performance apps in the financial industry proved to be a deal sealer for this project. We quickly created a custom team of eight senior specialists. Our QA engineers and DevOps addressed business requirements, filled in competence gaps, and assisted the client’s team in delivering the project. 

We started by studying the documentation provided by the client. We analysed the application and created test strategies aligned with project timelines. All tests – both manual and automated – adhered to the Agile QA methodology and client-defined Definition of Done and acceptance criteria. Our specialists were testing all parts of the software on an ongoing basis to ensure continuous delivery of subsequent app features

The application required integration with SAP, which stores user data controlled by services. That’s why it had to be both secure and flexible enough to handle workflows for new rules and regulations. A DSL (domain-specific language) was developed to enable domain-driven experts to respond to such needs in the future.

The Effect

Our specialists updated processes and adjusted environments to make development lightweight and easy-to-maintain, while abiding by the required standards and restrictions.

As a result, our client significantly increased the quality of its end-product and related processes. The final solution contains strict rules and user permissions. The improved infrastructure has helped them to release changes with significantly shorter TTM.

Finally, we also trained our client’s team to make adjustments to process steps and parameters on their own.

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