Everyone has the capacity to dream big and from those dreams ideas evolve. We listen to your ideas whether it is big or small, either visual, concrete, or abstract. We have a proven experience to transform your idea into a workable and scalable product. We will be your technical partner from innovation, to development, to actualization.
We ensure your project will be assigned to the team that have the requisite skills to handle the project based on the business requirements. We pick the right team for the right job when you don't have the time, expertise, or desire to do.
Initially we will identify the individual components which we term as modules of every project and based on the prioritized modules we will design the enterprise/ database/ business/ application architecture. Decoupling the entire application into micro modules allows team members to move faster and more efficiently with minimal dependency on one another.
Scrum and Sprint Planning
We follow an agile project development process for which we use Scrum framework to ensure that the team determines the product backlog items they will work on during that sprint. Sprint planning will be usually weekly, monthly etc. This kind of collective planning effort will be easier for the team members to clarify their doubts and ensure shared understanding.
Iterative Development and Standup Demos
As we divide the development process into smaller chunks we will integrate the developed modules into a single staging link and showcase the progress of the project to the client. For this we will have standups, weekly demos, and weekly reviews to make sure that client’s expectations are met and there is no project deviation from the initial discussion. Moreover this kind of approach will have timely feedback from the client so that the implementation process will be carried out smoothly.
QA and Code Review
Our developers will perform unit testing at their end before releasing the code then our testing team will thoroughly check for the bugs during the staging and production environments and report back to the development team. Once code is approved finally by the QA team then the project manager will review the final code for any performance issues, scalable issues, and security issues