|We use a common development
process called SDLC model to insure that your new application performs as
expected. This process provides a total life cycle (cradle to grave) solution
for the development of any application. Each of our clients has different
requirements for an application, but they all benefit from our development
Requirement Gathering begins with documentation of all the features,
requirements and processes needed in the application. This provides
a means of determining any issues that can delay or effect the development
of the application. Each issue found can be investigated before any
actual coding beings. Eliminating this step normally increases both
the cost and the development time.
Process Evaluation takes the identified requirements and combines
them into a cohesive whole. The initial high level documents are reviewed
and pieced together. Here we receive the first glimpse of the application
in its complete form. Flow, interfaces and dependencies are fine tuned
and ironed out before our developers begin the actual coding of the
Application Development transforms the high level design into
actual code. The developers create the application using the tools and
resources recommended during the process evaluation. Our QA team is
often involved in the process to help reduce the final testing time.
Documentation and QA is our final step in creation of an application.
In addition to a full scale test of the application in its entirety,
the QA team creates a comprehensive technical reference to make future
changes or upgrades simpler. User documentation and training is also
made available at this point when required by the client.
Deployment and Implementation is a critical piece of this puzzle
when it is needed. This process involves the preparation, installation,
setup and testing of the application in the environment it will be used
in. This can be the most critical piece for our clients, and one that
we perform quickly and accurately.
All programming work is performed on one of our development servers.
This allows us greater control of the development environment while still
providing our clients access to the application during the testing and