We both sign a simple contract – with no small print. In fact, even after you sign a contract, you’re under absolutely no obligation to hire us for a single hour of work!
Having a contract in place just enables us to hit the ground running the moment you need testing to start. (We’re also happy to sign an NDA if you’d like.)
Even if your developers are running behind schedule, we’re flexible. If you don’t need testing for another six months, we’ll be here when you do.
When you let us know what you want tested, we’ll give you a straightforward list of everything we’ll need to get started — for example, staging URLs, test credentials, or TestFlight access.
You’ll be on a first name basis with your new QA tester – no anonymous crowd-sourced testing here. And since everyone at Freedom QA is located in America, you won’t have to worry about offshore time zone issues.
We’ll start testing in whatever way works best for you, whether that means joining your team’s daily standup calls and Jira + Slack, or testing independently and providing you a clean spreadsheet of bugs.
Once the QA onboarding process is complete, you can come and go as you please. Whether you need a full-time QA tester for the foreseeable future or just 10 hours every few months, you can scale up or down whenever you want.
We’ll be happy to provide you with as much information as you’d like, regardless of whether you want to use our QA services.
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