Web-based Solutions and Applications
We develop and implement custom-built websites and web applications. This includes application with content management systems that you can manage yourself. We also design, implement and maintain dynamic custom database applications. Web applications help improve business relationships, streamline processes, enhance productivity, enable companies to stay connected to customers and improve profitability. Making your software application available on the internet has significant advantages. Factors like enabling staff to work remotely and keeping your customers connected is beneficial to your business.
Our Development Process
The purpose of any software project is to provide a solution to a problem. The first step is to identify and analyze what the needs are. This entails gaining an insight and understanding of the business processes, including the problems that need to be resolved.
Following the analysis phase, a proposed solution is presented. A specification document is then prepared to give a detailed explanation of how the application will function. It also defines the input and output parameters, including any management reporting requirements.
Following the acceptance of the specifications, the design process commences. The application framework is then developed and includes the interface components. The layout design is then reviewed to ascertain if any changes are required.
Development and Testing
Coding and development is done in this phase. It includes the creation of the required components and functional processes. And it is the most complex part of the development. Extensive testing is carried out, to ensure that the application is doing it’s required tasks and to correct problems and coding errors.
This stage is important for running the developed software assessed by all stake holders. This is to ensure the complete level of customer satisfaction. Implementation also includes the deployment of the software to make it available to end users.
After implementation, new discoveries may arise or some features may not perform as intended. Improvements may also be proposed. This all requires monitoring followed by software revisions.