Quality Assurance

Quality assurance is fundamental to Zuken's culture

Quality trough standards

Our global Quality Control Task Force of software engineers from our global R&D centers collaborate during the development and test phases for each product. They define and apply strict company-wide quality standards across all development centers. During all phases, the progress of testing and fixing is constantly monitored using web-based management technology.

We apply strict company-wide quality standards

Thorough testing of all new functionality

We have formed a global Quality Control Task Force whereby Japanese, German, and British software engineers work together during the development and test phases for each solution. The Task Force defines and applies strict company-wide quality standards in all development centers.

Integration within the environment

Every solution (tool suite) developed at Zuken is tested during the development phase and has to pass through two rigorous quality control cycles upon completion. The tools are tested for their ability to integrate within the complete design environment

Test using actual customer data

The full design cycle is tested on actual customer data. Beta sites use the software and report any faults. During all phases, the progress of testing and fixing is constantly monitored using web-based management technology.

Certified for Automotive SPICE®

Zuken is certified for or Automotive SPICE® (level 2), gained through an assessment by accredited auditors at Continental Automotive GmbH – one of the leading Tier 1 automotive suppliers worldwide. This demonstrates that Zuken’s projects and processes are systematically planned and tracked. It gives partner companies assurance that processes are in place to achieve common standards and working practices and confidence that they will be able to maintain their supply chain.

Automotive SPICE® (Software Process Improvement and Capability Determination) is an industry-specific standard derived from the ISO 15504 International Standard (IS) for software process assessments. This method is increasingly used by companies to objectively evaluate a supplier’s processes and identify process improvements required at the project and organizational level.

 

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