Over the past 25 years, we have gained extensive experience in the design and development of multi-layer data-intensive systems. The efficiency of our software developments and the control of processes are made possible by agile development.
Software developed within the framework of the methodology has an extremely long lifespan, can be flexibly integrated, is easy to track, and saves significant costs during development.
Why did we choose this methodology for software development?
We have been working with this methodology for a long time, because its main advantages are the following:
very well adapted to the real characteristics of software development,
with its help, long-lasting systems can be developed, and continuous follow-up and maintenance can be ensured,
saves our customers significant costs during development,
takes into account situations that arise during the development of applications,
the methodological steps can be customized for each development and the finished products can also be defined with its help,
tries to answer as many problems as possible, but at the same time takes care of the rules of customization for the given task,
extremely customer oriented.
How does software development work here?
Almost the entire software development cycle is determined by the needs of our customers. Basically, we go through 4 steps during every development:
Step 1 - Preparation
During the preparation, we assess the customer's needs and propose the operation of the requested software. Our software development methodology is based on the UML (Unified Modeling Language) visual modeling language, which is the standard and almost exclusively used visual modeling language today. Standardization is carried out by OMG (Object Management Group).
Step 2 - Development
Based on the defined needs, we develop every element of the software in detail, so that the operating process becomes precisely visible, and we can also avoid hidden costs. In this phase, the precise representation of the functionality of the system, the development guided by the use cases, is of utmost importance. This allows us to prioritize the system's services (so-called use cases) by speaking a common language with our customers, later we carry out the development through them, so it becomes easy to check. The system developed in this way fits easily into your company's integration environment and service-based architecture (SOA - Service Oriented Architecture).
Step 3 - Implementation
After accepting the exact design, we start implementing the software and develop all its elements. A RUP principle is architecture-centricity, to which we pay great attention. The basic software parts that most influence the system's operation are the architecture, and their correct operation and the performance they provide are the key to the system's usability. That is why our highly experienced specialists work on the selection and implementation of these parts.
Step 4 - Handing over
The finished software is handed over for testing so that it can work perfectly during live use.
Whatever we do, software development is definitely an iterative activity, the only question is whether we prepare sufficiently for this feature, or whether we try to do without it. The methodology we use requires a very strong controlled change management and ensures that the development is under control during its entire life cycle.