The Software Development life cycle is a detailed process that takes a little bit of time to complete, but the results in the end are worth it. It will help your business become more cost and time efficient. This blog will help explain the stages required and also what part you play in helping us create the perfect software for you.
Once you have submitted your inquiry, a member of our team will contact you and discuss an appointment to visit you free of charge. The purpose of this meeting will allow us to get to know you personally and as a business. We can to understand what your internal operations are like so we can live up to your expectation and create the perfect software for you.
When we understand exactly what you require we will go back to the office and start to build a plan on what options there are for you. A lot of thought goes in to planning your personalized software as every business works differently internally.
Once we have produced a plan, we will contact you to discuss how we want to design your software and indicate to you what capabilities it will
have. If you are happy to go ahead all you need to do is say ‘Yes’ and we will start the process on designing the system.
When the go ahead of the plan has been consented by you, we can then move on to the design element. This is where we plan and design the layout of the software with specific tabs, functions etc.
We want to give you a simple and modern design that not only you love but
also a design that is easy to you across the whole business. Any work and ideas we have will always be discussed with you so it gives you the opportunity to provide feedback and give you a rough idea as to what the end product will look like.
Once a complete design spec has been created, it’s time to start and get down to business. It is our job to then start on designing the system for you based on the plan and design drawn up beforehand.
We will always keep you in the loop on the progress of the process so that you know what stage it is at and an indication of how far it has come.