First, our business analysts gather project requirements from a client. They understand the client’s challenges, quiz him about the desired system and investigate the background of the project. This is done in order to better understand what the main issues are, to define the goals and to evaluate what can be done to achieve them. These detailed requirements form the basis of the future software solution and enable our team of developers to learn about the project. Then the team can provide the client with demos of the future application by demontrating mockups and prototypes to ensure that the application meets all the requirements.


When the requirements are gathered, we determine the scope of the project and create a work schedule. It is the step when we estimate all necessary resources and the cost of the project.


According to the estimate, we make a unique proposal for the client. We offer an individualized architectural solution and an efficient technology stack for the software development. When the proposal is accepted, we start developing the application.


We divide the process of development into specific tasks and assign them to each team member via JIRA. Our team uses the Agile approach to software delivery which means that we build software incrementally from the start of the project instead of delivering it all at once at the very end.


Quality Assurance can take place in parallel or sequentially with the process of software development. Our Quality Assurance department checks that the application works correctly and all of the requirements are met successfully. Our team uses automated and manual testing to identify bottlenecks in software and debug the application. After completion of QA, the client performs User Acceptance Testing to confirm that everything works as expected and approves the application for implementation.


Maintenance is the last step of software development. When the application is installed, users can fine-tune the system. During the support period our team can make all necessary bug fixes, boost system performance and add new functionality according to the client’s requirements.