Keeping you involved at every stage of development
Producing software in short iterations is the common sense approach to modern software development. It minimises the start-up period, adopting a more fluid approach, with planning at each stage of the development, delivering the best results.
By constantly testing and integrating the deliverables at each stage, rapid development is possible, with early release of your product (if appropriate). The agile approach also allows changes to be made during development more easily, such as those that might not have been envisaged at the outset.
The traditional waterfall approach
We also offer the more traditional 'waterfall' process-led approach to software development. The stages of the project are well defined and the requirements are agreed before we start development, with set stages throughout the project, e.g. design, development, testing and deployment.
The philosophy is based on the idea that if projects are developed in short iterations (three to four weeks), at the end of which the user can see a working version of the software for sign-off before progressing to the next iteration, then the overall project will be much more flexible.
The results of this "inspect-and-adapt" approach greatly reduce both development costs and time. Using Agile Methodologies we are focused on giving you quality output within an agreed timeframe.