Testing is the process of verifying that products and services conform to requirements.Quality control is the process of verifying that production of products and delivery of services conforms to requirements.
The DifferenceTesting is associated with development of new products, services and features. It is a generic term that avoids the connotations of conforming to a quality standard.Quality control is specific to operational testing of product production and service delivery. The term stems from various quality standards that developed out of manufacturing quality processes such as testing representative samples off a production line. Quality control can be applied to services but competes with service specific standards such as service management.
|Definition||Verifying that new products, services, features, processes and documents conform to requirements.||Verifying that operational results conform to requirements.|
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