Verification and validation (V&V) process checks whether the software or application developed meets the specifications and if it fulfills its intended purpose or not. Verification and validation services are independent procedures used for checking that a product, service, or system meets requirements and specifications as laid out in the product specs and that it fulfills the intended purpose. Independent testing and validation services are exercises carried out to ensure that the software built is of high quality and performs as it is expected to, every single time.
Verification and Validation Techniques (IV&V Techniques)
Mistral’s testing and validation services team assesses project deliverables in an independent manner using innovative and effective verification and validation techniques at various stages of development and ensures that the deliverables are in line with customer specifications and requirements. Mistral offers fully integrated verification and validation services to ensure high usability, performance and quality assurance services while releasing new products and devices.
Our testing and validation services team adopts innovative verification and validation techniques throughout the entire product development and testing process. Our verification and validation techniques consist of code reviews, walkthroughs, inspections, desk-checking and code execution.
Verification and Validation Services
Broadly speaking, Mistral’s Independent verification and validation techniques involve Unit Testing ( White Box Testing), Hardware-Software Integration Testing (HSIT) and System Testing (Black Box Testing). Our verification and validation services are modeled as per project requirement (e.g. Prototype, Spiral, Iterative, V Model, Agile) and the verification and validation services team participates actively in all phases of the project. Our expertise in the embedded domain, proven verification and validation techniques and methodologies along with a holistic approach; ensure a quick turnaround and quality output for the designed solution.