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Development Process

We will implement the right development methodology for your project in order to support the business requirements as best as possible!


 

There's more to software development than the end product. The best way to make sure that all the requirements of a project are met, is to use the right development process. This is why i2v uses both the Waterfall and Agile development methodologies, selecting what is best for the project as a whole.

In order to decide what the best development process for a company is, we examine the requirements of the project and its state. By looking at the whole picture, a project is far more likely not only to end successfully, but benefit the end-user the most.

So what's the difference between the waterfall method and agile development? The Waterfall method is what many people consider the "traditional" method:

  • Requirements Specification
  • Design
  • Implementation (Coding)
  • Integration
  • Testing and Debugging
  • Installation
  • Maintenance

Each step must be completed before going to the next step.

In Agile development, however, the project is broken down into discrete functional components and all focus is put on meeting one of those components at a time. This usually involves heavy client interaction and feedback, and can lead to rapidly developed products.

Here at i2v, we tend to lean towards agile development, simply because our clients see tangible returns on their investments at a much faster rate. It also ensures higher quality, as the key principle of agile development is testing integrated into the lifecycle. In other words, you, the client, will be able to inspect a working product as it develops.

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