A good tester not only tests but knows what is worth testing!
A professional tester has a strong intuition. However, this is often not enough when it comes to checking changes made to a complex system and their unexpected side effects in a short period of time. In those cases, it is a good idea to have a tool that tells you what has really changed as opposed to what should have changed.
QualityGate constantly monitors the source code itself. It quantifies the extent to which changes are made to source code units (components, packages, classes, methods, etc.) in various ways. For example, it can tell you which parts of the system have been modified, where complexity has increased, where serious coding errors have occurred, where inconsistent code copy modifications have been made, etc.
With this information, you can improve your efficiency in finding bugs in the system, make a greater contribution to reducing the operational risks, and improve your in-house reputation at the same time.