Our fast-paced business environment can make it difficult to thoroughly document software requirements. Time constraints, changing market conditions, customer feedback, or evolving business models may all contribute to this. At Nascenture, we have found Agile development to be the most effective approach for software development. Based on our years of experience, we believe that Agile is the best methodology for delivering anything from a minimum viable product to a comprehensive enterprise system. However, we understand that the ultimate decision on project methodology lies with the client and development team. Therefore, we offer Scrum, Lean, Kanban, or Waterfall approaches as required.
At our company, we have a well-defined and structured software development process that helps us to ensure the quality of our products and services.
During the first contact, our team and the client will discuss high-level project considerations such as project goals, timeline, budget, and other key factors. The goal is to evaluate the project feasibility, determine essential functionalities, and provide a preliminary cost estimate.
After the first meeting, we create a product backlog with the client, which is a prioritized list of features, functionalities, and user stories defining the project’s scope. This enables a shared understanding of the requirements, technical challenges identification, and valuable feature prioritization.
In this stage, the development team creates a blueprint of the software, including the software architecture, UI design, and components. The design stage lays the foundation for development, with the document serving as a reference point.
This stage involves the actual coding of the software. The development team writes code based on the design document and follows coding standards to ensure quality and maintainability. Testing is done during this stage to identify and fix any defects.
In this stage, the software is tested to ensure that it works as expected. The development team tests individual components of the software and tests the software as a whole. The objective is to identify and fix any bugs or issues that may arise during the development process.
This stage involves releasing the software to end-users. The software is deployed to the production environment, configured for end-users, and user support is provided. The deployment process includes managing version control, ensuring data security, and ensuring that the software is scalable.
This stage involves providing ongoing support for the software. The development team fixes bugs, makes minor changes, and provides user support. The maintenance stage may also involve providing updates and new features to the software to ensure that it continues to meet the client’s needs.
We use various tools and frameworks to increase productivity, reduce development time, and enhance software quality.