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An eCommerce Tool to Order Meals during Sports Games

eCommerce

"Andersen stands out where it comes to communication and planning"

An eCommerce Tool to Order Meals during Sports Games

About the client

Yonoton offers a top-notch digital ordering solution for the hospitality and entertainment niche. Their versatile SaaS platform saves costs, generates revenue, and provides a customized tool for businesses.

Location:Finland
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Project overview

Andersen created a one-of-a-kind food delivery solution for sports fans, enabling them to order meals during games with comfort and unprecedented ease. Collaborating closely with Yonoton's team, we envisioned and crafted a simple and intuitive food delivery app example to enhance the experience of attendees of sports events and matches. This IT project, which lasted 60 months, leveraged the potential of such technologies as Jira, TestRail, Confluence, Firebase, Figma, Bitrise, Git, and JavaScript.

In order to eliminate the risk of unnoticed defects during the production phase, we assembled a QA team of Senior specialists to set up the testing process and prevent defects from reaching production. The QA workflow was integrated into the SDLC process, improving communication between the development and QA teams. Testing was conducted on multiple iOS and Android devices, with all features covered by the test documentation. Automation testing was also established, reducing the time required for regression testing by 80%.

The results of the initiative are impressive, with a massive decrease in missed defects in production, prevention of app crashes, and a significant reduction in regression testing time. CTO of Yonoton, Jouni Stam, praised our company for exceptional communication and planning practices, making a great first impression, and keeping the customer well-informed throughout the entire project.

duration62 months
technologies
TestRail
Firebase
Figma
Bitrise CI
GIT
JavaScript

Other:

Jira, Confluence

Concept illustration
Yonoton's meal order screens showing available products

Challenges

In this food delivery app case study, we were entrusted with tackling a set of risks of great concern to the customer:

  • Increased risk of unnoticed defects at the production phase due to the absence of testing;
  • Due to the lack of internal expertise, the customer required Andersen’s assistance in automating the QA processes for their iOS and Android development.
  • Support of the app on various iOS and Android devices without crashes.

Solutions

  • Introduced a QA team of Senior QA specialists into the client's project to set up the testing process and activities for defects prevention to production. QA workflow was included in the SDLC process, tuned communication between Dev & QA teams.
  • The testing was carried out on every required device (iOS and Android). All features were covered with test documentation. We have set up and are keeping the knowledge base in Confluence up to date.
  • Set up automation testing process, configured TestRail integration with CI system and Jira for a clear vision of test coverage of every feature.

Project results

  • Achieved a 90% reduction in the likelihood of defects being overlooked in production, which became possible thanks to robust testing processes;
  • Reduced the time needed for regression testing of the app by 5 times through introducing automation testing;
  • Prevented the app from crashes by increasing the testing coverage with a pull of iOS and Android devices.

Customer review

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Jouni Stam

CTO at Yonoton

FinlandFinland

Review verified by clutch and matches the customer’s words

The company made a great first impression with the business analyst who gathered requirements, measured the scope, and asked about our other needs. The project manager and other team members kept us informed about the business app's schedule and progress and made sure that everything was going according to our expectations. Andersen stands out where it comes to communication and planning.