Estimating cost based on time expenditure alone doesn’t tell the full story in many contexts. As you can see from the list of techniques above, a good test estimation technique should be able to mix expertise, data, and consensus-driven analysis to come to a more accurate estimation of cost for software testing in which all parties are satisfied.
Beginning with effort estimations and the corresponding estimations for the time it’s likely to take under any given effort metric, it’s easier to get all stakeholders in agreement with what testing requires, and this naturally leads to a more agreeable quotation of cost for the full testing process.
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