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System Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

We have the patience and the time to listen to the requirements of the client's requirements and understanding their address of needs and the business flows. We implement the software as per their pattern of work, they don't have to change it by our requirement. We Plan, create, test, and deploy the #software in a high standard value.

Key benefits of SDLC

  • Understanding the Client's Specific requirement and implement it.
  • The business flow remains same at client side.
  • Automated the entire process as per their Layout.

Evaluation

The system that was developed, as well as the entire process, is evaluated. Some of the questions that need to be answered include: does the newly implemented system meet the initial business requirements and objectives? Is the system reliable and fault-tolerant? Does the system function according to the approved functional requirements? In addition to evaluating the software that was released, it is important to assess the effectiveness of the development process.

We go through all the answers and take care to highly evaluate the implemented software.


Design

We #design the desired system features in detail, and generally include functional hierarchy #diagrams, screen #layout diagrams, tables of business rules, business process diagrams, and a complete entity-relationship diagram with a full data dictionary. The interfacing is easily understandable, the color is eye soothing so that a user can work on this environment for a long time.

Key Features

  • Simple Interfacing
  • Eye soothing Color and designs
  • Compatible Responsive Return Messages with every step of events.

Training

Once a system has been stabilized through adequate testing, the SDLC ensures that proper training on the system is #performed or #documented before transitioning the system to its support staff and end users.

Training usually covers operational training for those people who will be responsible for maintaining the system as well as training for those end users who will be using the system after its #delivery to a production operating environment.

After training has been successfully completed, systems engineers and developers transition the system to its final production environment, where it is intended to be used by its end users and supported by its support and operations staff.