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We already use usertesting.com to get insights on how end-users interact with our product. But now we are interested in finding professional QA engineers who can find bugs in our system (web-based) before it's released. Any suggestions?

P.S. We already have full-time QA engineers and not interested in outsourcing this.

  • Have you had a look at upwork.com? – beatngu13 Feb 16 '18 at 10:35
  • Have a look at Test Mile [testmile.com] which is a software testing services company. Suggestion made even you are not interested in outsourcing. They are in consulting as well. They may help you in building a new QA team for you. Only thing I know is they always try to help who ever reaches them out. – Mouli Feb 16 '18 at 10:46
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We could offer you a list of services, but these would change over time.

This is called "Crowdsourced Testing" and a lot of company offer services like this.

Crowdsource testing enables users to participate, often at a reduced cost and with better testing quality.

A list of active services: https://siftery.com/categories/devops/crowdsourced-testing-1

I have worked for utest in the past. Certainly a fit for web-based remote testing service. They use QA-profs and have their own training program. Offering scripted and exploratory testing services.

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I recommend the Boxwood Studio Upwork Profile They specialize on QA services. The original link is boxwoodstudio.org. The studio can be found through google search engine. They provide QA services as Consulting and Executors.

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Note: I am not affiliated with this group, just a happy customer.

  • Please add more information and indicate your affiliation (or lack of affiliation) with the site you have linked, or you risk your post being deleted as spam – Kate Paulk Feb 19 '18 at 16:11
  • @KatePaulk The additional information has been provided. – Jack Feb 19 '18 at 16:25
  • Are you affiliated with them in any way? – Kate Paulk Feb 19 '18 at 16:55
  • @KatePaulk I was a customer of this company. Is it affiliantion ? – Jack Feb 19 '18 at 16:59

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