We follow the
standard four-stage development cycle to the final deliverables:
Each phase represents a major milestone and is used as a management
checkpoint to review and approve progress and quality.
understand how, first - we try and understand what this defines
our basic paradigm. We try and understand thoroughly, the objectives
that our solution is expected to fulfill. A key objective of this
phase is to arrive at a consensus between the client and us on expectations,
goals and delivery approach.
the process flow design is derived from the functional understanding
that leads to the detailed Functional and Technical design. We have
the requisite skill sets to not only understand, to the minute details,
the technologies that should be used but also to design and
implementation, the people who design the system carry it forward
to its conclusion, which is a successful rollout. We believe in
taking our clients along with us throughout the course of the implementation.
design is modular and we have the processes to test each module
before we integrate it for faster final deployment.
at the end of this phase are the complete system as per the specifications,
and updated design documents.
deployment of the site includes setup and testing on the. clients
systems. We actively participate with the client in the beta releases
of the system, and our detailed logging mechanisms ensure that any
bugs that have passed the earlier phases unnoticed are efficiently
located and fixed.
This phase also
includes any necessary knowledge transfer, from technical documentation
to user or technical training.
that a critical factor to the success of any IT Solution is not
only the capability and scalability of the solution, but also how
quickly it is implemented. Our mission is to guide you through the
strategic steps necessary to implement your needs - in record time
while providing you with the best solution for your overall business
We work towards
translating your business strategies into "real-time"
solutions while optimizing your current IT infrastructures.