Software regression testing

Code changes made risk-free
Even the slightest code changes can cause critical system failures. To avoid unexpected consequences, mitigate risks, check that all past bugs are effectively fixed, and assure that the functionality wasn’t affected, we carry out regression testing being an integral part of any software testing activity.

Why go for regression testing?

It is the only possible way to ensure that the software functionality remains bug-free regardless of code modifications made according to the requirements. By shifting testing left throughout SDLC, we ensure that the software release remains on schedule and your developers proceed confidently.

By introducing regression testing at the initial SDLC stages, you can:

  • Detect bugs early on to save time and costs on fixing them and get feedback right away
  • Ensure flawless work of business-critical features
  • Reduce pre-release testing time to accelerate time to market
  • Get the results as fast as possible with automated testing
  • Reap the benefits of a continuous integration setup to automate the regression test run for each build
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Why choose regression testing with a1qa?

Alignment with your business goals

We consider all the project variables to make the test volume as precise as possible in line with your software specifics and business needs.

Mix and match methods for sufficient test coverage

Our QA specialists are proficient in combining different methods for regression testing, introducing test automation, and applying the requirement traceability matrix, risk-based approach, and code changes review to achieve better results.

20+ years of testing track record

Our long-running experience in providing regression testing services allows us to view your project from multiple perspectives, taking what works best out of our extensive toolsets and skills.

All the tech included

Whether it’s a Salesforce software product, a Java mobile app, a Python-based API, or multi-app solutions, we have the knowledge it takes to assure that no changes in code disrupt existing functionality.

Why we prefer automated regression testing

Continuous testing

To be more effective, regression tests need to be executed throughout the development process. Automated regression testing is superior to manual methods in this regard.

Parallel execution

Automated regression tests running in the background can help get feedback on both basic bug fixes and more complex amendments, such as database updates. Parallel test execution reduces the time to results from several days to a couple of hours.


Our test automation frameworks allow for shorter regression software testing cycles, freeing up testers’ time to dive into non-standard cases.

How we perform software regression testing

Commonly being a core part of any testing activities, regression testing can be performed as a one-time service following large-scale changes. To fulfill these needs, a1qa has developed a coherent testing approach.
  1. Discover

    Our dedicated quality architect and technical consultant will contact you to outline your business goals and project scope.

  2. Estimate

    We come with the regression testing roadmap for your project, taking into account the functional scope, the expected depth of software testing, and deadlines.

  3. Execute

    Using the best-matching tools and methods, we perform meticulous testing of your software, sending you detailed feedback every step of the way.

  4. Report

    You will receive comprehensive documentation and quality reports with clear results of our software regression testing activities as well as recommendations for improvement to get in sync with your development team.

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