The factors of a successful project are:
- Clear project expectations, requirements, and objectives.
- Well defined project phases and iterations.
- Proper risk management.
- Uninterrupted focus on project budget and deadlines.
- Use of best of breed software and project management practices.
- Appropriate selection of technologies best suited for solving specific tasks.
- Fine-tuned development and QA processes.
We guarantee that our projects will be successful, because:
- We never underestimate the requirements phase of our projects because we strongly believe in the “Garbage in, garbage out” principle. Our architects and analysts work on-site closely with our customers to create clear project objectives and expectations. Every extra hour spent on clarifying the requirements will save more development and design hours.
- We always recommend a phased approach for achieving project objectives as it substantially minimizes the overall project risks. It is always easier to manage budgets, changing requirements and to achieve overall project objectives, if the project is divided into several iterative phases. Every project phase has clearly defined entry and exit conditions and acceptance procedures.
Our technology approach:
- Technology must make life more comfortable and business - more profitable. There is no need for technology just for the sake of it.
- To keep our solutions simple and clear for our customers. Simple solutions tend to be much more robust and reliable and require less investment in upgrade and maintenance.
- We DON’T offer overpriced software monsters developed by very creative people trying to satisfy their egos.
The offered technology solutions are always based on the following principles:
- Customer preferences;
- Technical requirements and hardware;
- Cost effectiveness;
- Future technology trends, which need to be considered to avoid a technological dead end;
- Customer staff familiarity with technological alternatives;
- Maintenance and support costs of different technological alternatives after the implementation phase is completed.
- are financially smart and appreciate efficiency.
- believe that software should add real value to their business.
- need software which is pluggable, extensible, and easy to test and maintain.
- believe that technology makes life easier and more efficient.
- want to concentrate on their primary business goals.
- can afford to build the software which they need.
- want their software to be cost-effective and provide a quick return on investment.
Our engagement model:
- Our engagement model was created to offer the best value to our customers, to maintain the highest quality of product standards, and to minimize project risks. Our goal is to be as efficient as possible at every step.
- The senior project team consists of a project manager, software architects/designers, QA staff and senior software developers.
- The goal of this team is to provide a constant communication with customers, to manage project deliverables, to provide flexible software architecture and design, to perform integration and functional testing, to manage dynamic development resource pool.
- Dynamic development resource pool consists of multiple highly qualified development resources (groups or individuals, remote or local) whom we employ on demand.