Assisting The Localization Development, production And Quality Control Processes For Global Product Distribution
According To LISA Survey Data, approximately 20% Of All Companies Involved In Localized Product Testing Use The LISA QA Model In Some Way - Making It The Most Widely-used QA Metric In The Localization Industry Today.
The LISA QA Model 3.1 Is Designed To Help You Manage The Quality Assurance Process For All The Components In A Localized Product, including Functionality, documentation And Language Issues. The Quality Metrics And Procedures In The QA Model 3.1 Result From A Collaboration Between LISA Members, localization Services Providers, software And Hardware Developers, and End-users. Their "best Practices And Recommendations, "Along With A Basic Statistics Model, have Been Compiled To Help You Streamline Your Company's Product Localization Quality Assurance Process.
Version 3.1 Is An Entirely Revised Product Built On A Standard Database Framework. The LISA QA Model Can Now Be Implemented As A Standalone Application, or Easily Integrated Into Any System That Supports ODBC Database Connectivity. This Means That Almost Any Database Application Can Now Interact Directly With The LISA QA Model To Automate QA Checking And Decisions Based On This Checking.
A New Interface For The LISA QA Model
Upgrade Is Available Free Of Charge To All Owners Of The LISA QA Model V3.0
Innovative Interface Combines Single-click Efficiency With Spreadsheet Functionality.
Multiple Language Quality Metrics
This Version Supports The Default LISA Metric And The SAE J2450 Metric.
For Any Given Review Task, all Error Categories And Severity Levels Are Immediately Available With A Single Click (see The Screenshot) . The Computed Metric (Total Field) And The PASS/FAIL Status Are Updated With Each Error Button Click. The Reviewer Can Thus Stop Reviewing As Soon As The FAIL Indicator Lights Up. The Resizable Interface Maximizes The Size Of Buttons To Facilitate Touch-screen Input.
Lightning-fast Data Entry
Data Can Also Be Entered Per Page Or Once The Review Is Complete. The Array Of Error Buttons Behaves Like A Spreadsheet, but Is Easier To Use: You Simply Position The Mouse Over Any Button And Type The Number. No Need To Click The Mouse Button, no Need To Press ENTER. Arrow Keys Can Also Be Used As In A Spreadsheet.
A Single Interface (shown Above) Provides Access To All Functions: Data Recording, reporting, adding New Projects, clients, etc.