There’s no margin for error when you’re building financial software. Not only do customers have to trust you with their money, documents, and personal information. But as a regulated industry, you’re also subject to overlapping state, federal, and international rules and regulations. Automated end-to-end testing mitigates the risk of bugs in new features, legacy code, and third-party integrations. We make sure your systems work as they’re supposed to, and prevent bugs that could damage your clients or expose you to legal liability.
Secure, black-box test coverage for complex workflows and transactions
End-to-end testing validates the fully rendered front-end experience without accessing your source code or your databases. Test data is created and destroyed for each test run without accessing PII.
Fully parallel, high-volume testing
Our cloud infrastructure is built for high-volume testing. Each test runs in its own isolated container, enabling thousands of workflows to be tested in parallel and simulating real-world loads.
24/5 test updates and maintenance
As your application changes, new processes are instituted, or the regulatory environment changes, QA Wolf will modify the automated tests so they’re validating the latest rules and procedures.
Ensure regulatory compliance
Successfully navigate complex regulatory and reporting obligations with automated tests that check documentation and audit trails, fair lending practices, even jurisdictional-specific disclosures.
Protect user data and privacy
Simulate end-to-end user journeys and transaction flows, and ensure that data is encrypted, stored, and processed according to GDPR, CCPA, and other regulatory requirements.
Validate contract terms
Avoid costly mistakes by making sure that dynamically-generated contracts, loan applications, regulatory filings, audit reports, and other paperwork are accurately created by your software.
Protect your users and your business by verifying security measures like role-based permissions, suspicious transaction flags, and account recovery workflows.