Our Business Models
Stages of Agile Development Management
Have a software development project that requires adaptive planning or flexibility to changes? Agile project management is the right model for you. This project management model allows benefits such as evolutionary development, early delivery, and continual improvement.
4 Values of Agile Methodology
1. Individuals and interactions over processes and tools
2. Working software over comprehensive documentation
3. Customer collaboration over contract negotiation
4. Responding to change by following a plan
Based on the provided project brief, we brainstorm different ideas and aim to create a project plan based on the ideas.
Any design concepts, wireframes, prototypes, and frontend mockups are created at this stage to help visualize the final product. Programming language, frameworks, and wireframes/ mockups are discussed at this stage.
Based on the implementations at the design stage, programmers code the program and create the initial precedent for the final product. Upon approval, feedback is implemented and work begins on perfecting the product for testing.
We allow no project or software to be deployed without passing our stringent QA testing. Over the years, we constantly fine-tune and improve our testing methods & tools to ensure we identify and catch any overlooked bugs or glitches in the code.
The final product is delivered to the client or deployed, in case of a web-based or cloud-based solution.
Loopback for Iteration
Any changes or suggestions are taken in and the process loops back to the brainstorming stage and continues forward.