According to software testing expert Scott Barber, executives often see the testing side of software development as #EpicFail. Barber explained #EpicFail for the uninitiated at the recent Software Test Professionals (STP) conference in San Diego, and maintained that it all comes down to accounting.
"When you look at the accounting spreadsheet," Barber says, "testing is a cost center, not a profit center." It's easy for executives to write testing off as being "all overhead."
So how should you talk to executives about the need for testing? Find out in this expert webcast, in which Barber explores how to illustrate what the QA process will do for the product and for the bottom line. Learn how to tie software quality with increased revenue, along with other tips, by watching now.