Testing as a Service (TaaS, typically pronounced 'tass') is a model of software testing whereby a provider undertakes the activity of software testing applications/solutions for customers as a service on demand. Testing as a Service involves the on-demand test execution of well-defined suites of test material, generally on an outsourced basis. The execution can be performed either on client site or remotely from the outsourced providers test lab/facilities.
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