auticon consultants have unique skills that make them exceptional testers – with the ability to notice patterns, identify anomalies, and focus over extended periods. Rather than looking for errors, auticon consultants intuitively see errors. Bugs don’t stand a chance when auticon consultants apply their unique visual and analytical abilities.
We provide implementation of best practices, tool selection, and strategic guidance around automation and performance testing.
Acquisition of domain knowledge and identification of testable requirements through collaboration with respective stakeholders. Creation of test-traceability matrix for determining sufficient test coverage and suitable methodology such as functional or non-functional as well as determining feasibility of test automation.
Deciding on the test strategy for various types of testing and most efficient testing methodologies, including defect management, configuration management, risk management etc. in close collaboration with product owners and business analysts. Estimating the required test effort, determining roles and responsibilities and planning the use of resources. Evaluation and identification of appropriate testing and defect tracking tools, including planning of potential training in these tools.
Development of test suites with specific test cases and their respective test scripts based on identified test scenarios/user stories, in accordance with the created test plan. Setup of test environment/configuration management, including preparation and creation of test data and manual/automation test scripts. Creation, verification, adaption and approval of test cases.
Execution of test cases and test scripts according to test plan. Capture, review and analyse the test results. Logging, tracking, retesting and closure of defects as these are addressed by the development team.
Our autistic team often has extraordinary cognitive abilities, such as logic, pattern recognition, precision, sustained concentration, and an ability to intuitively spot errors. Yet, many find it difficult to secure or maintain long-term employment in their career of choice. While autistic strengths are highly individualized, academic research shows trends include:
auticon’s consultants and clients are supported by employment coordinators who ensure work environments support their full potential. Our employment coordination team promotes inclusion and well-being and are integral to making sure our consultants feel supported in their assignments. Most importantly they work with our clients to help them understand autism in the workplace with inclusive strategies and coaching. Employment coordinators work with our client teams to facilitate feedback as well as advocate for our consultants.
Our Employment Coordinators typically have a background in clinical psychology, performance coaching, managing anxiety disorders, special education, and vocational rehabilitation.