This phase is all about understanding your pain points, your business environment and whether we can solve your problems. After an exhaustive analysis our team will recommend on a course of action. If you like what you have heard, we will formally start working together.
Depending on the recommendations, we will draw up a plan of action. During this phase we will work on the software requirements, the exact scope of the project, milestones and deadlines. We will keep you in the loop, and keep the plan flexible to account for any unforeseen circumstances.
This is when we execute the plan. Depending on the project requirements, we will use a variety of methodologies, like Agile or Waterfall during development. You will receive regular updates from the project manager during this phase so that you are up to date on the latest developments. This phase also includes extensive testing.
Deploy At this stage the deliverable is still not ready for end users. If it's a mobile app, it needs to be hosted on app stores and markets. If it's a web site or a cloud based product, it has to be uploaded on third party servers and configured for traffic. This phase will take care of the thousand and one little things before your product goes prime time.
Software is not forever. Your market will evolve, operating systems will get upgraded, traffic will grow and users will demand new features. These changes mean that your product will have to updated to cope with new requirements. We will maintain an engagement with you and ensure that the investment you have made in software development gives you the biggest bang for the buck.
Software development is not an exact science. It is part coding, part resource management, part timing and part good luck.
Regardless of how simple or complex your project is, our experience has shown us that successful project management can be broken down into these steps.
Regardless of whether you are a scrappy startup or a massive enterprise, unplanned and poorly managed software development will throw up plenty of booby traps and career ending minefields.
For instance, pick the Waterfall methodology for a project that works best with Scrum and you are staring at a resource and time sink.
Which is why a well documented plan is crucial for living up to the expectations of your end users.
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