Bug fix rate for the Test Organization is defined as:
(Number of Bugs Fixed that were Found by the Test Org/ Number of Bugs Found by the Test Org) x 100
The higher the rate, infers a greater alignment with development and priorities, i.e. test is not testing features where bugs won't get fixed.
However, what's a realistic bug fix rate goal?
70%? i.e. 70% of bugs found by Test are fixed.
Does anyone know of any numbers out there I can compare against?