For the longest time, the act of testing products has been seen as an unavoidable expense in the product development cycle. At a high level, the reason companies test are (1) to make sure the product is developed according to specification by testing it against a set of requirements and (2) to run through intended use scenarios to make sure it functions as described by product management and R&D. Looking at it from that perspective, it is easy to see why many organizations work to identify
how few features they can test on a new product and still deliver it to market with good quality (the test coverage challenge). This might have worked somewhat in the past, but in the current world, market windows are shrinking while the number of competitors is increasing.
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