Speed up releases, improve test coverage, and find more defects.
Our QA automation engineers can help you select testing tools, develop test automation frameworks, maintain a test environments, and implement all types of automated test scripts. Outsource software QA or an entire department to support your software testing needs. We cover the full-cycle software testing process from creating test documentation to test execution and ongoing quality control.

Unblock your QA bottleneck with outsourced QA testing

You want skilled quality assurance resources, a mature testing process, and a product that satisfies customers. We’ve got the expertise, infrastructure, and people to get you all of that. By outsourcing QA to UTOR you don’t only cut costs. You achieve better business outcomes.

Predictable cost

When working with QA outsourcing companies, you often can’t predict how much they will charge you next time. With us, you get a fixed monthly package – equivalent to hours of labor planned per month for the entire project.

Mature QA processes

Without a well-established QA process, you have to struggle with a lack of control and constant delays. We follow clear-cut sets of actions letting your project development team resolve issues efficiently and reduce the time to market.

Efficient testing tools

The market for QA testing tools is large and confusing. If you choose the wrong tool, your automation testing effort might fail. We’ve worked with dozens of technologies and know what tools work better in what situation.

Extensive QA capabilities

With us, you get access to a team of qualified QA engineers capable of writing test scripts, performing test automation, building custom testing frameworks, and running different types of software tests.

Automation testing with Proziod – what you get

If the only thing you get is certainly that your software is tested across all possible devices, browsers, and operating systems… If the only thing you get is a product release that happens on time without any delays… If the only thing you get is a lower testing cost but a higher quality…With Proziod software test automation services, you don’t get only one thing. You get all of them.


Get a faster time to market

Automated tests require a short execution time and let you avoid unwanted delays.


Run tests 24/7

Day or night, automated tests will run around the clock in a scaled-up environment.


Improve test coverage

We automate thousands of simultaneous manual tests maximizing test coverage.


Eliminate human error

Automated tests repeat the exact same steps precisely, unlike humans who are prone to errors.


Lower the costs

Executing the same scope manually costs much more, than doing it automatically.

Your professional software testing team

Software QA outsourcing allows you to fill in all the roles you need to perform testing in your organization. We have more than 55 self-managed QA experts with professional experience and deep knowledge of the software development process.

QA engineer

How do we prevent defects?

Test Manager

How do we achieve the project’s goals?

Test automation engineer

What can we automate?

QC engineer

Will this work properly?

Test analyst

What testing strategy is required here?

The types of testing we provide for
web and mobile applications

Are you looking into specific types of testing? We run all the tests needed letting you get the most
of our outsourced QA testing services. Learn more about each type of testing we provide:

Automated testing

Functional testing

Performance testing

Manual testing

Usability testing

Mobile app testing

Frequently asked questions

We gave answers to some common questions related to automation testing.
If your question isn’t covered here, please send it to us via email. We’re always happy to help you.

What do automated tests cover?

Automated tests can cover different use cases. Highly repetitive tasks, such as log-ins, tasks that involve inputting large volumes of data, tasks that require a lot of time if done manually are examples of potential test cases that can be automated. We use automated tests to cover regression testing, performance testing (like stress and load tests), GUI testing, API testing.

What tests should be automated?
It’s best to automate the following types of tests:
– Smoke, sanity and regression tests that need to run repeatedly
– Performance tests such as stress and load tests
– Cross-browser and cross-platform tests
– Tests that use the same workflow but different data for each test run
– Tests that involve inputting large volumes of data
– Tests that take a long time to perform
How do I choose the right automation testing tool?
Here are key factors you need to consider:
– The tool supports the technology stack your application is built on.
– The tool’s licensing and support costs fit in your testing budget.
– The tool has comprehensive tutorials and documentation for learning how to use it.
– The tool generates good test logs for status reports, test execution analysis, and defect diagnosis.
– Your team possess good programming skills to be able to use the tool.
What is better: automated or manual testing?
Most likely, you need both manual and automated testing to ensure the best test coverage. Manual testing is more time-consuming, but some test cases can only be implemented manually. Automated testing is significantly faster than a manual approach but it doesn’t always make sense at small projects. Remember, test automation is only a tool in the QA engineer’s hands. It’s not a solution to all problems.
100% test automation possible?
Not really. For example, you can never automate testing the entire look and feel or your app’s user interface. If you want to get the best test coverage possible, you can’t rely on automation testing only – you also need manual testing. Besides, there are always parts in the application under test where automation tools aren’t able to perform the job as well as humans can, and even if they do, it might not be worth the investment.
Automated testing costs too much. Do I really need it?
To do automated testing you need to invest some money upfront, but it can be very cost-effective long-term. If you doubt whether you need automation testing, try to identify how much manual testing is costing you. Would it be cheaper to automate? Bear in mind, however, that if you don’t have a proper manual testing process, automation testing will cost you much more, because you can’t set up automated tests without doing it manually first.
Currently, I don't have automation testing in place. What should my initial steps be?
At first, you need to define the scope for automation. What do you want to automate? We recommend that you start small, moving a small part of tests from manual to automated. If this doesn’t help much, please reach out to us. We can provide a better recommendation once we know your situation.