Our company includes the basic process that includes requirements, validation, training, and user ownership. We adhere to important phases like planning, analysis, design, and implementation and so on, that are essential for developing robust software.

We take up a RAD model that is used to structure, plan, and control the process of developing an information system - this includes the pre-definition of specific deliverables and artifacts that are created and completed by a project team to develop or maintain an application.

Our basic phases include:

Scope Restriction

The project scope is established by the contents of high-level requirements, also known as goals, incorporated into a project plan. These goals are subsequently refined into requirements, then design elements, then software artifacts.

Progressive Enhancement

By establishing a pattern of enhancing prior work, the project precludes the insertion of additional requirements in later stages. New requirements are formally set aside by the development team for later reference; as a result the project participants maintain a tighter focus on the original product goals, minimizing the potential for scope creep.

Pre-defined Structure

This pre-defined structure for each stage allows the project participants to work in a familiar environment, and engenders a high level of comfort generating a high level of cooperation between participants.

Incremental Planning

Minimize surprises, increase accuracy, provide notification of significant deviations from plan as early as possible and coordinate projects forecasts with most current available information.