A reasonable approach to test company’s business critical information systems such as ERP depends on the visibility to product development. If the system is developed in-house there's likely a good visibility to actual development teams’ work and quality assurance can be involved in the very early phases of product development. Involving QA early can be referred to as shift-left. On the other hand, a system used as a cloud-based Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) without any visibility to development is restricted also from the testing point of view. Only production version testing might be possible, often referred to as shift-right.
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Companies operating in today’s fiercely competitive global markets know that there are few easy breaks and the window of opportunity for getting to market is more short-lived than ever. Firms bent on success one need to do more and they need to do it faster than ever.
The daily life of Average Joe executes tens of millions of lines of software code. Software is embedded in home electronics, heavy industrial machinery, and almost any customer service process. While the lifetime of a physical product may be as long as tens of years the software in the product may be updated almost on a daily basis.