| We follow the System
Development Life Cycle (SDLC) process methodologies
for the development and system implementation. With the ever-increasing
complexity of the systems, it is critical to have a sctructured
approach for the development.
The following are the typical steps involved in system development
||Establishing a high-level view of the intended
project and determining its goals.
||Refining project goals into defined functions
and modules. Analyzing end-user information needs.
||Describing desired features in detail, including
screen layouts, business rules and process diagrams.
||Coding of the system
||Integration & System
||Bringing all the pieces together into a
testing environment, checking for errors, bugs and interoperability.
||Putting the software into production and
trainging end users on how to use it, as necessary.
||Support and enhancements.
We also utilize iterative development approach
where software releases are presented frequently to the end
user, the feedback is analyzed and used to produce a new release
rapidly. This process continues untill all the requirements
have been implemented, tested and approved by final users. This
approach is becoming increasingly popular, since it does not
require as much time for planning and specifications analysis.