We gather the pre-requisites from the client and make a thorough understanding of what exactly their goal in the business.
Once we collect the requirements, our experienced specialists create a plan to route the client’s goals.
Design- We design an accurate project work structure to deliver the chosen services with a creative design implementation.
Our development team routes the design towards advanced technology adaptions with end-to-end solutions.
Our expert quality team makes your application, product or service bug-free to make you experience the error-free environment.
In the end, the product will be commercialized. We help the client carefully manage the program to achieve the goals and objectives set at the beginning.
At Technoflair, we are flexible and can adapt all kinds of software development methodologies. As a first step, we analyze and work with our customers to understand the needs of the project. Ultimately, we choose the best methodology that makes sense and is most suitable for the project, team, and client.
Agile is our most applied approach. Agile methodologies are great to use in dynamic environments where there’s potential for changing or evolving requirements such as software and game development. Agile is different from other project management methods which usually assume that things affecting the project are predictable, and so it emphasizes adaptability to changing situations, adequate and ongoing communication among the project team and between them and the client.
Scrum is our next chosen methodology for the less strategic projects. Work is divided into ‘sprints’, a development cycle of usually 2-4 weeks, during which, daily ‘scrums’ take place where the team report on progress and impediments. At the end of each sprint, work is then reviewed in a sprint review meeting to determine together with the Product Owner if it passes the Definition of Done (DoD). The goal of Scrum is to improve communication, teamwork, and speed of development.
Waterfall is a traditional process, which means, doing it once and doing it right. Requirements are defined in full at the beginning, at the top of the waterfall, before any work starts. Work then cascades, like water down a waterfall through phases of the project. In a waterfall model, each phase must be completed before the next phase can begin and there is no overlapping in the phases. Typically, in a Waterfall approach, the outcome of one phase acts as the input for the next phase sequentially.
This model works best in scenarios where not all of the project requirements are known in detail ahead of time. It is an iterative, trial-and-error process between developers and users. The Prototyping Model is a development method in which a prototype (an early approximation of final system or product) is built, tested, and then reworked as necessary until an acceptable prototype is finally achieved from which the complete system or product can now be developed.
RAD is our best-fit tool when the time is a race. This methodology focuses on developing products faster with higher quality. When it comes to gathering requirements, it uses the workshop method. Prototyping is used for getting clear requirements and re-use the software components to accelerate the development timelines. In this method, all types of internal communications are considered informal.