Manual Testing Company

Manual testing is a software testing process in which test cases are executed manually without using any automated tool. All test cases executed by the tester manually according to the end user's perspective. It ensures whether the application is working, as mentioned in the requirement document or not. Test cases are planned and implemented to complete almost 100 percent of the software application. Test case reports are also generated manually.

Manual Testing is one of the most fundamental testing processes as it can find both visible and hidden defects of the software. The difference between expected output and actual output given by the software, is defined as a defect. The developer fixed the defects and handed it to the tester for retesting.

Manual testing is mandatory for every newly developed software before automated testing. Automation testing does not replicate the minds of humans, and since humans are the ones using the software, manual testing is a necessary part of building software application. This testing requires great efforts and time, but it gives the surety of bug-free software. Manual Testing requires knowledge of manual testing techniques but not of any automated testing tool.

You can use our independent functional testing services which will provide you feedback from users perspective, our test engineers find issues by putting themselves in end users shoes. 

There are various methods used for manual testing. Each technique is used according to its testing criteria. Methods of manual testing are given below:

  • White Box Testing
  • Black Box Testing
  • Grey Box Testing

Types of manual testing D2i Technology perform:

Smoke Testing

Smoke Testing is a software testing technique performed post software build to verify that the critical functionalities of the software are working fine. It is executed before any detailed functional or regression tests are executed.

Sanity Testing

Sanity testing is a kind of Software Testing performed after receiving a software build, with minor changes in code, or functionality, to ascertain that the bugs have been fixed and no further issues are introduced due to these changes. The goal is to determine that the proposed functionality works roughly as expected.

Regression Testing

Regression Testing is defined as a type of software testing to confirm that a recent program or code change has not adversely affected existing features.


Retesting means testing the functionality or bug again to ensure the code is fixed. If it is not fixed, defects need to be re-opened. If fixed, the defect is closed.

Functional Testing

Your website is the face of your business for online customers; making sure that your website or web application has flawless functionality is the least your customer is expecting. Our team can evaluate and help you deliver a perfect web application with smooth functionality. We have functional testing experts to test the web applications on various parameters to ensure that your end-user has great experience and they are able to use your application without any issues. We test your web application on different combinations of operating system, browser, devices etc.