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Our project execution methodologies are based on the guidelines proposed by the Project Management Body of Knowledge, spearheaded by the PMI – Project Management Institute; confirm Quality, taking care of the Cost, Scope and the Time requirements of each project.
They are time-tested, reliable and conclusive.
Project Execution at LIFESUP
DevOps aims at faster and quicker delivery of applications, keeping in sync with customer feedback at all times bridging the gap between the development & operations teams. Faster delivery cycles enable innovative solutions by quickly delivering new capabilities and reducing the time lost in obtaining & implementing feedbacks.
Delivering the highest level of Agility & DevOps practices improves customer satisfaction, efficiency of the software and in turn increases the ROIs.
Agile Software Development Model
Agile Software Development, a group of software development methods based on iterative and incremental development enforce collaboration between organized, collaborative teams for evolving requirements and their solutions compelling responsive planning, evolutionary development and rapid and flexible response to change. Scrum is a software development framework for managing software projects and product or application development where our software development teams collaborate with customers at every phase of development, respond to the changes desired and deliver iterative and incremental working software.
LIFESUP abides by the Agile manifesto at all stages of development using Agile Scrum project execution methodology and has certified Scrum Masters as a part of the core teams. Our proficiencies lie with prominent tools like Confluence & Jira.
The Iterative Model
The Iterative Development approach divides the project is into small parts allowing the development team demonstrate results earlier on in the process and obtain relevant feedback from system users. Each iteration is a Waterfall process itself, with the feedback from one phase providing vital information for the next phase. In a variation to this model, the software deliverables at the end of each step go into production immediately as incremental releases.
Each phase has specific deliverables and force clear understanding of requirements, making it very reliable.
The Waterfall Model
This classical model of software project development follows a sequential design process, in which progress is seen as the fall of water, through the phases of Requirement, Design, Development, Testing, Deployment and Maintenance. As this model emphasizes planning in early stages, it keeps a check on design flaws before development. In addition, its intensive document and planning make it work well for projects in which quality control is established well as in all our projects.
This method is easy to understand and implement and reinforces one of the best practices for software development.