In the requirement gathering and analysis stage, regular meetings are held with the key stakeholders of the company to determine the main requirements such as:
We will help you identify your metrics and KPIs, develop a content strategy, set end-user goals, and provide a user acquisition strategy. Finally, we will provide you with a project specification document, so that you will be able to know the ins and outs of the system and the guidelines of the proposed model. At the end of this stage, the testing team will begin the software testing life cycle and the test planning phase.
In this phase, the requirement specifications will be used to develop the user interface and make it entirely customer-centric. The system design will help to specify hardware and system requirements and define the overall system architecture.
We will additionally test the system for user engagement. This phase serves as the input for the next phase of the cycle.
Once we receive the system design documents, the work will be divided into modules/units and the coding will begin. In this stage the developer works on designing the main software code and is the longest phase of the software development life cycle.
We will start building the front end of the website to match the prototype designs shared by our client. Every two weeks we will provide you with product demos, sprint reviews, and retrospective.
The Testing and Quality control stage is where the software code is developed and then tested against all the user requirements to ensure the product is delivering and solving the initially addressed needs collected during the requirements phase.
The client will receive a test plan, and we will conduct the required checks, including functional testing, unit testing, integration testing, system testing, acceptance testing, and non-functional testing.
At this stage, the client will get a chance to perform an additional testing called ‘User Acceptance Testing’ (UAT) to officially verify and accept the designed prototype, before the final version is moved to the production environment.
After the User Acceptance Testing is complete, the product is deployed to the customer, who will then conduct Beta testing on the product to ensure that the elements, functions, and applications of the system are in accordance with the original requirements. If the customer finds the application to be as accepted, then sign off is provided by the customer to go live with the application.
Once the project team tests the product, and the product successfully passes each testing phase, it is ready to go live, and used in the real environment by all end users of the product.
We will continue to provide our clients with ongoing server and maintenance support, including complete regular plugin updates, implement a user engagement strategy, and optimize the website based on analytics and KPIs.