How we do?
We have expertise in various software development methodologies. We are using the best suitable methodology for your software based on requirement stage, size and type of software.
Agile methodology is most commonly used approach currently for software development. In this approach requirement analysis and development can be done in parallel. Instead of waiting for completing requirement analysis of entire software, it’s divided into sprints. After completing analysis of sprint 1, its development will get started. And in parallel, analysis of other modules/sprint can be done.
Sprints are the small modules of software which can be developed in less time and then it can be demonstrated to client at the end. This way client will also start getting idea of the developed software in much advance. We can get user experience feedback which will help us in developing other sprints. This will also reduce the rework if we developed entire software at once and have to make user experience changes in entire application. This way this development method helps in quickly developing working software with highest priority features first.
Rapid Application Development (RAD)
Rapid application development is generally used for specific requirement where client needs the software to be ready with some key features working in very short time. This approach involves compromises in various majors like features, user experience and performance.
The initial requirements analysis and design phase is interleaved with development of prototypes and partial implementation of the software. Our rapid application development methodology involves iterative development and the construction of prototypes.
Iterative Waterfall Development Model
Waterfall model is also a most commonly used approach for software development. This model is suggested when requirement is very clear or can collected and documented before starting development process. Once the requirement is clear, client is presented with mockups, database diagram, UI design layout. Required changes are made appropriately and on approval, development will get started.
For some requirement we are even using improved waterfall model – “Iterative Waterfall Development Model”. This will minimize the risk involved in traditional waterfall model. In this method, entire project is divided into various milestones. Each milestone will be developed using traditional waterfall model. This way it helps to execute big projects with less risk. Rather than investing more time for requirement analysis at the start of software, it will be divided based on milestone, so software development can be started quickly and requirement analysis of next milestone can be done in parallel.