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4 Major Benefits of Using a Bug Tracking System

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2019

Recently a face time bug in iPhone security caused a major havoc in the users and put a question on the capability of iPhone developers of the company. 
 
This shows how a big company like iPhone can fall prey to not utilizing the bug tracking system properly. Bug tracking is one of the most important aspects of a software development lifecycle to deliver quality products.
 
Any issue/failure/defect in design, coding, specifications or features that cause incorrect results is called a bug. 
 
There is nothing worse than dealing with an application plagued by bugs and if there are too many it can ruin the most innovative concept or idea. This makes bug tracking system a critical accomplishment to development teams. 
 

Now let’s see the 4 major benefits that a bug tracking system provides:

 

Deliver High Quality Product

 
A bug tracking system make sure that detected bugs are fixed. It helps to remove flaws in the product by administering the work of each team member. The system can track problems and analyse efforts taken by team members to fix a bug or an issue. This results in delivering efficient product on-time within a given budget.
 

Better Communication

 
A bug tracking system provides better communication through chat interfaces and email notifications. It helps in reducing the communication gap and informs the right person to test or fix bugs on time. Moreover, the centralized data system provides access to real-time data that helps in attempting new bugs, exploring application and preparing accurate reports.
 

Detect Issues Earlier 

 
A bug tracking system detects bugs in the formal testing phase. This helps to create a bug-free data in the production stage. The team can check bugs to change codes, tests and other data that can be used for analysis of defect trends. One more advantage is that it allows companies to keep a record of detected bug issues, who fixed them, and how long it took to fix a particular issue. 
 

Better Service and Customer Satisfaction

 
A bug tracking system allows end users to report issues and bugs directly on their applications. Common issues can be analyzed and solved through product modifications. Most of the tools are designed in such a way that you can use it easily without any special training. A bug tracker makes a whole lot easier for the end users as they get automated response, updates and status of development through alerts.
 

Conclusion

 
A bug tracking system is relevant to find, fix and track bugs to reduce the cost of development and deliver a high-quality product to customers, which is time saving and enhances the team’s productivity. Hence, it is time to manage the bugs in a better way with a bug tracking system instead of managing over emails or spreadsheets that put your project, resources and company’s reputation in jeopardy. 
 
If you want a bug free product, contact us at info@cogniter.com or write to us at consultation@cogniter.com and avail our bug reporting services
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