Software / Mobile Application Development

Software / Mobile Application Development

In the field of software development, there are far too many cases where complexities are inserted into the development process, in order to provide a smokescreen that prevents the client from detecting price gouging.

In contrast, Eagle Secure Solutions, LLC Development Methodology is not complicated. We believe that client involvement — achieved through clear and frequent communication — is essential to the development process.

During our analysis of a project, if we aren’t yet able to describe on paper what we will deliver and how it will work — and have the client be able to understand it — then we have more analysis to do.

At the end of the day, the software belongs to the client, so they need to understand from the conceptual point of view what the system does and how it works. This is a point that we believe is critical to all software projects, and the main reason why many projects fail.

Our Methodology would be considered traditional. It has stood the test of time and continues to deliver success after success. Basically, we boil all projects down to four major steps:

  1. Requirements – Sit with the client, find out what it is that they want, document it, and play it back to the client until all components of the system are clearly identified. Repeat the process until everything is flushed out.
  2. Design – Design the system on paper. This includes the database, screens, and reports. All features of the system are captured and agreed upon.
  3. Development – Because clients typically change their minds on look and feel issues, and these issues are easy to modify immediately, we use an Agile approach to develop. Take a piece, develop it, test it, and get immediate feedback. If changes are needed, make the changes and repeat the process until the desired results are achieved.
  4. Testing – We perform unit testing on all the code we write, along with a complete system test, and client acceptance testing. We build testing into every project plan we write, and a test plan is one of the key documents created for each project.

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