Our focus is to solve the challenges of the client's business. We analyze the client’s needs, vision-mission, and challenges. Then our team creates a plan to solve present issues and achieve the client’s future goal.
In this technology era, it is not a good decision to don’t adapt IT solutions for your business. Already it has been proved, anyone can improve his business even run multiple businesses easily for the welfare of modern technology.
Your business operation, accountability, sales, marketing whatever you say, which can’t be managed in a single platform. The software makes your business easy, helps you to create the right decision at right time.
Our software development team ensure your sustainable solution and follow one of the following methodologies
1)Agile Software Development
2) Waterfall Software Development
Our Software Development Life Cycle
In this step, we and clients contact each other and negotiate primarily.
In this section, our team discuss with clients and tries to bring out as much information as possible for developing software. The requirements are contemplated and segregated into the client’s requirements, system requirements, and functional requirements.
After requirement gathering, the team comes up with a rough plan of the software process. At this step, the team analyzes if the software can be made to fulfill all requirements of the clients and if there is any possibility of software being no more useful. It is found out, if the project is financially, practically, and technologically feasible for the organization to take up. There are many algorithms available, which help the developers to conclude the feasibility of a software project.
4. System Analysis
At this step, the developers decide a roadmap of their plan and try to bring up the best software model suitable for the project. System analysis includes Understanding of software product limitations, learning system-related problems or changes to be done in existing systems beforehand, identifying and addressing the impact of the project on organization and personnel, etc. The project team analyzes the scope of the project and plans the schedule and resources accordingly.
5. Software Design:
The next step is to bring down the whole knowledge of requirements and analysis on the desk and design the software product. The inputs from clients and information gathered in the requirement gathering phase are the inputs of this step. The output of this step comes in the form of two designs; logical design and physical design. Engineers produce meta-data and data dictionaries, logical diagrams, data-flow diagrams, and in some cases pseudo-codes.
This step is also known as the programming phase. The implementation of software design starts in terms of writing program code in the suitable programming language and developing error-free executable programs efficiently.
An estimate says that 50% of the whole software development process should be tested. Errors may ruin the software from a critical level to its removal. Software testing is done while coding by the developers and thorough testing is conducted by testing experts at various levels of code such as module testing, program testing, product testing, in-house testing, and testing the product at the client’s end. Early discovery of errors and their remedy is the key to reliable software.
The software may need to be integrated with the libraries, databases, and other programs (s). This stage of SDLC is involved in the integration of software with outer world entities.
This means installing the software on the client’s machines or servers. At times, software needs post-installation configurations at the client end. Software is tested for portability and adaptability and integration-related issues are solved during implementation.
10. Operation and Maintenance
This phase confirms the software operation in terms of more efficiency and fewer errors. If required, the clients are trained on, or aided with the documentation on how to operate the software and how to keep the software operational. The software is maintained timely by updating the code according to the changes taking place in the client's end environment or technology. This phase may face challenges from hidden bugs and real-world unidentified problems.
As time elapses, the software may decline on the performance front. It may go completely obsolete or may need intense upgradation. Hence a pressing need to eliminate a major portion of the system arises. This phase includes archiving data and required software components, closing down the system, planning disposition activity, and terminating the system at the appropriate end-of-system time.