It's all about technical know-how
In this competitive world it is very much needed to move quickly and adapt to new requirements or challenges while focusing on the quality. Our mission is to provide ultimate solution with quality which will add the highest business value to the client at a faster pace. Agile Development is an iterative method that allows a close interaction with our clients throughout the development process to ensure the end solution is exactly what they need. The team has experience practicing software development process including incremental, Agile (Scrum/Kanban), Spiral, time boxed etc. in different projects. We have some expert process engineers who have practical experience implementing CMMi (level-3) processes for software development. Our team has the necessary expertise and motivation to adopt any development methodologies desired by the client. However, all our processes strictly adhere to quality guidelines we have adopted over the years.
Our process is simple, effective, agile and collaborative
We have in-depth discussions with our client and create a roadmap for the solution in the form of user stories & milestones.
Wireframes, graphics, user interface, user experience. We define not only how things look, but also how it feels.
We determine which technology is best suited for the project and ensure that the architecture is solid and scales.
Once we flip the switch and go live, we closely monitor everything to ensure a smooth experience for the users.
We listen to the feedback and deploy updates as required to keep evolving and stay fresh.
This model deals with software or product development. The Product Management / Owner Team will identify the features for an existing product or generate ideas for a new product on the basis of market signals, customer needs and upcoming possibilities.
Requirements analysis is followed by design. The design is usually done in two stages: high level and detailed level. The High Level design uses the User Requirements to derive the system architecture, application framework, interfaces, functional decomposition, dependencies, object design (excluding detailed descriptions), etc. The units, arrived at during the High Level Design decomposition, are further detailed in our formatted Detailed Design document. Detailed design includes details of the application framework, usage of architecture, object and class descriptions, etc.
In the requirement management process the team will identify the detail requirement from a particular feature, mocking – up the design, making prototypes and documentation. Engineering Team can be involved in the process to make it well defined and to take the ownership of the requirement. It will help the engineering team to properly visualize the feature and its implication.
In parallel to Requirement Management Process the Core Engineering Team can identify the architecture, technology and testing methodology to provide quality solution to the business problem.
Project Management team in the other hand can identify the development plan, project team, training requirement and project risks.