Travel websites set the expectations for the whole holiday experience. If your site is glitchy, difficult to navigate, with sub-optimal checkout flows, travellers will begin to fear what other problems may be afoot on the long trip ahead.
No matter where your customers are travelling – and no matter if it’s a family holiday or business trip – your website or mobile application needs to be as slick and operative at home as it is abroad, where they will need it most.
Through an extensive crowdsourced web or mobile app testing project, BugFinders will make sure that all your customers have the confidence to book with you, and that an intuitive and easy experience of your web or mobile application is provided, regardless of where they are in the world.
When electronics giant Epson discovered users were experiencing issues surrounding compatibility with their wearable tech, they partnered with BugFinders.
Challenged with meeting the needs of a large proportion of the UK public who rely on their software, the Met Office enlisted the help of BugFinders.
Challenges for Travel & Leisure
Travel companies face the enormous challenge of ensuring that their website or mobile application functions seamlessly from the moment a customer enters an airport, to the time they check-in to their hotel. Indeed, travel and leisure apps run into numerous development difficulties for this reason alone.
Further challenges that software testing must address:
Ensuring smooth transitions across networks
Ticket and reservation authentication across borders
Multiple device compatibility
Reliable functionality around the globe
Delivery of regionalised products
How we help
In-house software testing is simply not designed to uncover issues that may arise in real-world travel scenarios. With BugFinders’ crowdsourced testing solution, professional software testers are deployed to any global location, to test the functionality of your mobile assets the world over. Airports, hotels, parks, golf-courses – all the key destinations that your travellers are likely to enter need functional software testing. We do this for you. Route planning, flight and hotel bookings, excursions – these are just some of the scenarios we test, so you can be sure your website or mobile app is delivering an optimal service for your customers wherever they are around the globe.
Speed to Market
BugFinders make use of a comprehensive crowdsourced web and mobile application model that allows us to conduct functional software testing on your customer-facing digital touchpoints quickly. In fact, exceptionally quickly. Mobile apps are tested in multiple locations around the globe in under 24 hours and websites are usability tested in just 1-2 days. What’s more, BugFinders is able to launch a global test with just an hour’s notice. If you need to know quickly what issues there are with your travel & leisure web and mobile applications, BugFinders is your solution.
Global Device Coverage
In-house software testing teams might be able to test a handful of web browsers and mobile devices – but nowhere near the amount required for a travel and leisure application that needs to be accessed all over the world. And this is why globally deployed crowdsourced testing teams are essential for your industry. BugFinders is able to deploy hundreds of testers working on hundreds of different devices simultaneously, gathering all the data you need to identify any issues your customers could experience when travelling.
Outsourcing to traditional software testing companies is a costly endeavour and will prove to be a huge waste of funds as they simply will not be able to provide the global coverage you need for your travel & leisure application. BugFinders’ worldwide network of more than 55,000 professional crowdsourced software testers has the answer – not least because they are paid per bug they discover, not the time they spend testing. The result is an efficient and comprehensive global service delivering the results you need.
Our Travel & Leisure partners
BugFinders is a worldwide leading web testing company.