Software Development Life Cycle
phases for Success
Gathering and analysis is the first step and the main focus for your success, the project managers' and the stakeholders'. Meetings with the teams will determine requirements as to who will use the system, how will they use the system and what data should be input into the system as well as data output by the system. Requirements are then analyzed and validated and a specification document is created as a guideline for the next phase of the model.
The system and software design is prepared from the previous phase. The System Design specifies hardware and system requirements and the overall system architecture. The system design specs serve as input for the next phase of the model: implementation.
Implementation / Coding: the work is divided into modules/units and actual coding begins. The code is produced and is the main focus of our team. This may be the longest phase of the software development life cycle.
The code is developed and tested against the requirements. This validates that the product is solving the requirements addressed and gathered earlier. Functional testing, integration testing, system testing, acceptance testing are all performed as well as non-functional testing.
Once the successful testing of the project is delivered, it is deployed so you can begin using the product. Your hands-on beta testing determines if any changes are required or if any bugs are caught. Reporting your findings to our team, ensures that a timely fix is done for a successful final deployment.
It is not uncommon that when using the developed system that actual enhancements may become needed. Fine-tuning solutions and scaling the product ensures a competitive edge for increased efficiencies and your customers' satisfaction. Our maintenance program ensures peace of mind and growth with the ever-changing marketplace.