The key to success
We support and adopts either Agile or traditional Waterfall, depending on the client & project. We generally structure our custom software projects into iterative phases, with each iteration consisting of stages as illustrated.
Agile principles are all about being collaborative, flexible and adaptive. It’s built on the premise that the the world now changes regularly, and that means software teams no longer have years to bring new products to market. In that time, competitor offerings or customer expectations can change, and the team risks irrelevance. Agile minimizes this risk by helping teams collaborate together more by adapting to what the team needs to be successful. It does this by encouraging teams to regularly show off their work and gather feedback so that they can adapt to change quickly.
Much like construction and manufacturing workflows, waterfall methodology is a sequential development process. This means that as each of the eight stages (conception, initiation, analysis, design, construction, testing, implementation, and maintenance) are completed, the development team moves on to the next step in the process until the project is completed and launched. The waterfall is a good methodology to follow and can be a more cost-effective approach to development.
Process Puts Clients First
The process has been integral to our success as a company. It’s a way of making sure that we meet our clients’ expectations, in terms of the systems we develop for them and also in terms of cost, timing and open/honest project communications.
Flexible Best Practices
We established best practices for our work, involving project management, requirements analysis, system design and development. We willingly adopt these practices to each client’s unique needs.
More Communication. Less Confusion.
Communication is important in our industry and we strive to involve our clients in all stages of a project so that they can make informed decisions. Our project management process helps ensure that the right people care about the right things at the right times through the course of each project.