Over the years we have refined our process which emphasis on transparency and communication. Our process describe exactly how the software application will be built, with the highest reliability and quality, minimizing surprises and risks, protecting budget and the original design for the application and delivering timely results.

Requirement Analysis

At start of the project we work with our customers to determine the objective of your strategy, understanding your target audience and digital medium. Through multiple iteration we gain better perspective on project goals, conceptualize the idea, and set benchmark to determine the immediate and long-term technology requirements for the development that leads us to a winning project.


We conduct due diligence with a focused approach and assess the requirements determined. The scope is analyzed for validity and implementation possibilities and undergoes risk analysis. A cost estimate proposal is then created which includes all the functionalities that are required, server requirements for deployment, timeline, price and post production maintenance.


With a finalized scope for the project, we create wireframes which are screen blueprints, all of the objects are placed in each page of the application. This is the stage that we come to a final agreement on identifying the controls and interactions needed on each page where any ambiguities or inconsistency in perception are weed out.


During this phase we will identify the specific design for the application. All pages are designed with functions, data, and control relationships. The color scheme and patterns are defined where the customer get to see the complete application come to life prior to development. The designs become the guideline for the next phase of software development life cycle.


This is the lengthiest phase where the actual solution is developed as per the design and architecture. The full stack development and coding begins at multiple front, database design, the front-end, back-end and various algorithms required to make the system functional in the least time with consistency. The development is broken down into sprints, where customer can review the progress regularly.

QA & Testing

Testing is done on developed modules with respect to the requirement specifications to validate the development meets the actual requirements. It comprises of Unit Testing, Integration Testing, System Testing, Automation Testing and more. The QA process continues until the developed modules meets the original specifications and the code is moved to staging server.


There are many options for hosting the project code, the best option for the project will be discussed and finalized. The newly developed software application will be deployed to the production URL and the system is made available to end-users. The documentation and the user manual is shared if content management is part of the project.

Maintenance Service

After the project go-live customer can enjoy two months free support where any queries, bugs or issues will be resolved. We continue to support on an ongoing basis to ensure that the system can adapt to your changing requirements as your business grows.

Process Methodologies & Frame Work

Inspection and Adaption
with Flexibility

What is Agile?

Agile is a process focused on early delivery and continuous improvement, breaking a project into several stages for continuous iteration of development and testing. It helps in involving frequent communication between customers, managers, developers and testers at every stage.

The team cycles through planning, execution and evaluation and accommodates the evolving requirement needs to fit the final deliverable, helping the stakeholders to make fully-informed decisions at every stage as the activities are concurrent.

What is Scrum?

Scrum is a process framework for addressing complex adaptive problems and to manage product development. Scrum is empirical that how productively and creatively the team delivers products of the highest possible value, reflecting on the experience and making appropriate adjustments. The project moves forward in a series of iteration called sprint.

Scrum process involves scrum team, product owner, scrum master, product backlog, sprint planning meeting, daily scrum, sprint review meeting and sprint retrospective.

What is Waterfall Model?

The waterfall method is a rigid linear model where stakeholder and customer requirements are gathered at the beginning of the project and sequential phases follows focusing on distinct goals. Only projects with clear objectives and stable requirements can best use the waterfall method as each phase must be 100% complete before the next phase can start.

All tasks on waterfall projects are grouped by type of activity and every project follows the same phases, Requirements, Design, Coding, Testing and Operations on a sequential order.