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We deliver specifications, wireframes, and prototypes to get early feedback and test the solutions in progress. We then create a product backlog – a list of requirements for a product that includes features, bug fixes, all the things needed to successfully deliver a viable product. Each backlog item is created from a user story/wireframe, and is subsequently refined to consumable amounts of work.
We offer product support to ensure that your system is fully functional, always performs as expected, and scales along with your needs.
We work with you to plan out a system that fits your business’s needs. We analyze, validate, and document all functional and nonfunctional requirements, data flows and UI components, product vision, and project scope to create the outline for your app or system. We use agile methodologies and frameworks in our development process, including Scrum and Kanban. An ALM tool, (such as TFSD, Redmine and Jira) is used to manage the project, and system requirements are collected via user stories or visual wireframes to illustrate and document the functionality of the system we are building (nonfunctional requirements are also collected during this step).
Your system is complete! We test the final product to make sure it’s market-ready, and then deliver it to you so you can implement it into your business. Our time-tested process increases the final quality of your product exponentially.
As soon as we complete a sprint, it’s time for iteration. We review the progress we made, and decide on the next steps to help us move forward. A new set of backlog items is chosen for the next sprint, and the process is repeated until the product is finished and delivered.
A sprint is the basic unit of development. The purpose of each sprint is to implement a predetermined number of backlog items, and to deliver increments of potentially releasable functionality. Sprints are formed from these backlog items and generally last 2-4 weeks. Daily Scrums, sprint planning and retrospective meetings are held for each sprint. Functional tests are performed during each sprint, and CI server is put in place to build the solution and run unit tests (plus automated functional tests if available). There are usually multiple environments (dev, test, staging, production) with different deployment frequencies and rules.
Our team of experienced Microsoft-certified professionals can transform your ideas and requirements into flexible and highly scalable .NET web and mobile solutions that can run in virtually any environment.
Our developers have the ability and experience to create a huge range of customized software systems, from mobile applications running on iOS, Android and Windows, to enterprise server applications running on Windows Server and Linux, or high-scale microservices running in the cloud.