At Platina, we follow the model of SDLC Software development life cycle that adopts an intricate development process that requires tremendous planning, implementation and testing. The SDLC includes a pre-set framework to understand the client requirement to create stable, effective software. The factors include Feasibility, project analysis and design, code generation, and finally testing followed by the support.
Each and every stage of our software development life cycle is paramount and plays a key role in success of any software development project.
Platina follows a waterfall development model for software development scoping and development. During each stage, additional information is gathered or developed, combined with the inputs, and used to produce the stage deliverables. Waterfall Model can be divided into the following stages:
REQUIREMENTS AND UNDERSTANDING
This stage defines required information, the project scope, function, behaviour, performance and interfaces
The design phase includes data structures, software architecture, interface representations, algorithmic details.
source code, database, user documentation, testing.
Post completion of the project and testing analysis, the Primary Developer Representative and Primary End-User Representative, in coordination with other customer and development team members develop a list of recommendations for enhancement of the current software. Waterfall model has numerous benefits as the projects requirements and milestones are clearly defined by both PDR and PEUR and with clearly defined scope of work for the complete software development cycle. Our software development service model is ideal for Organizations looking to improve overall software product quality, their ability to meet the market requirements and excel with their new software profile. Contact us for professional software development services in Canada and the USA. Our software developers are experienced and follow SDLC model to deliver world class software solutions giving you the peace of mind.