Software Development

Full life cycle from planning, analysis, product design and development ro implementation, testing, and maintenance

Understand the needs

The delivery of customer value depends on empathy with the customer and a solid understanding of their needs.

Product ownership

Work with stakeholders and end users to visualize the project's ultimate direction. Always seek to maximize the product's value.

Modern technologies

in order to accelerate development processes, improve security and data privacy, enable scalability, and foster continuous learning.

Accessibility and ease of use​

Fundamental principles in the process of designing a software product

We put emphasis that our products are user-friendly, inclusive, and effective for all users, regardless of their abilities, preferences, or contexts.

Create services that are perceivable, operable, understandable, and robust.

It is a central usability concept that comprises all user experience (UX) elements relating to the ease with which users can learn, discover content, and do more with a design/product.

We start with user research to understand the contexts in which they’ll encounter and use our design. Research helps us gain empathy with users and see what “ease of use” would mean for them. Then, we are able to map the best functions to their needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

some ideas of what to expect when engaging with the company

Estimating project timelines can be challenging due to the complexity of the process and uniqueness of each project.
We use well known methods such as:

  • use of historical data by researching existing cases and making adjustments to account for the differences
  • bottom-up estimation by brainstorming every specific task involved in the whole development process and estimating the time required to deliver each milestone
  • parametric estimation by statistical modeling by using historical data and factors such as project size, complexity, and team experience.
Project’s discovery phase, to gather and analyze requirements. This involves understanding what the project entails, what the clients’ demands are, and what deliverables are expected from the team.

Software Intellectual Property (IP) belongs to the company that either created or purchased the rights to that code or software.

We have workflows that organizes and processes requests. Team members submit requests to project manager, who sorts small, low-impact requests, such as bug reports, into the requirements list.

For significant or high-impact requirements changes, the project manager will confer with leadership.

The time it takes to make an application can vary greatly depending on a number of factors such as the size and complexity of the project.

Crucial project phases to estimate project timelines accurately are business analysis and planning.