System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) Meets Standards

System development isn’t just executed randomly but it follows a proper life cycle; activates newly developed project into fully operational one. Our model of system development is structured and iterated process which encircles multiple phases. It is a model for technical and non-technical activities to keep everyone on the same page.

A lifecycle approach is being used to give client an understanding of what steps are involved.


Phase 1: Planning

Scope of the problem is being determine in this phase with a proposed solution. Number of days consumed, resource utilization, cost and other important items are being discussed and planned. This phase identifies whether a business needs a system development to achieve strategic business goals. In order words, it’s a feasibility study.

Phase 2: Analysis

Functional requirements of the project come under consideration in phase 2. Possible solutions of an identified problem are submitted and the one which best fits the project objective is chosen.
A phase where system analysis takes place, will the needs of end-user be met? Who will be responsible for each development step? Etc.
Some of the specific tools we use in phase of system development are:

  • CASE (Computer Aided System/Software Engineering)
  • Requirement gatherings
  • Structured analysis

Phase 3: Design

Features, operations and any specifications are defined in system design phase. Our team make sure all designed features are in accordance to functional requirements set in the earlier phase. Structure of the proposed system, processing, procedures, and components (hardware/software) are being clearly laid down.

Phase 4: Development

A phase where programmer, network engineer or developer come closer to do the major project work. We use a flow chart to make sure process stay organized. This phase ends the initial section of SDLC and it signifies production kickoff.


Phase 5: Testing and Integration

After development, a project has to go through testing phase before it’s integrated. Testing is carried out by QA professionals and they determine if the final product is following the initial set of business objectives. Testing, manual and automated are performed to see if it’s final for deployment / integration.

Phase 6: Operations / Maintenance

In order to boost performance of the website, on-going maintenance and operation upgradation is ensured by our support team. New features or capabilities or additional requirements are evaluated more often.

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