Companies don't perform technical tests — people do — and the success of those testers is based on their training, past experience and the methodologies and tools with which their organization enables them.
Most organizations, needing complete objectivity, turn to external testers. However, what qualifies a third party to identify that gap? It seems there are hundreds of organizations claiming they do technical testing, so how do you get a clear picture of how to differentiate one from another?
This white paper is intended to guide decision makers on the key considerations that must be implemented in the selection process for technical testing providers.