At SANeFORCE.com, the project starts with comprehensive analysis of customer’s requirements. The elemental information collected during the initial meetings is very useful. Our Business team carefully processes this information and produce relevant documents for further discussions with the client. Formal documents generated at this stage may include one or more of the following documents depending upon the nature and size of the project:
Software Requirement Specification (SRS)
Raw time estimations
If the proposed solution is accepted by the client, a formal business contract is signed off, a team of professionals is deputed for the project and solution design phase begins. During this phase business/ technical specifications and system design is finalized. UML Diagrams and definite timelines are prepared with well defined milestones & work breakdown structures. The development phase goes strictly according to the project plan prepared during the design phase.
The next phase is “Development and Coding” where, our programmers go through the approved design and start producing code for different modules of the application as per predefined coding methodology & standards. Unit testing is done by the QA team to ensure that each module fulfills the requirements as mentioned & signed off in the Requirement Specification and Design Documents.
Once all the coding is done, Integration testing is performed, again by the QA engineers, to validate the integrated application and a beta version of the application is released & deployed. Login information is provided to the client for access. Incase of desktop based applications, a copy is deployed at client end. Clients can report bugs and minor modifications within an agreed warranty period after that the project officially closes off and handed over to maintenance & support team.
Throughout the development phases, our philosophy is to establish a long term relationship with the client by satisfying the client in every possible manner.
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