A leading European application service provider approached Oxagile to re-architecture a custom business process automation solution.
The cloud-based system was built to streamline critical workflows in educational organizations, including attendance tracking, accounting operations, license management, and more.
The existing solution had been growing increasingly complex, slow, and hard to maintain. Rolling out new features without introducing regressions and undermining quality became an uphill task.
To address these issues, the client made a decision to migrate to a microservices-based architecture while taking integrations to a new level. This endeavor called for a partner with proven QA capabilities around functional, integration, and performance testing.
To ensure quality, Oxagile provided a dedicated QA team led by a certified Scrum Master and a lead QA engineer. The team set up a predictable Scrum process that emphasized: