What if there's no QA on your project: 5 things to keep in mind
Having a tester in a team will never do harm. There are plenty of cases when customers decided not to hire a QA, and this decision resulted in a waste of time for rework and much heavier expenditures, than if a tester had initially been involved.
When skipping the proper testing phase, we believe you act in your best interests, having weighed all pros and cons of your decision. But as a software development and testing company with slightly over a decade of experience, we're just flourishing in joy when a client adds a QA to the team. All because we know that the synergy of dev and QA talents will save the world (from the pile of unwanted projects, at least).