VALIDATION / TESTING

VLIRT® combines a fully validated CORE with robust testing of individual project systems to ensure high quality production every time. Our standard System Life Cycle for each project includes development of approved specifications, live-action walkthroughs pre-validation, independent testing and case development, formal Validation Plans, and a formal Validation Summary Report for client review of testing cycles and outcomes. Ask us about User Acceptance Testing, too!

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