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We build “solutions” not just software …!
At Abaris Softech Pvt. Ltd., we believe that a success of a software project can be measured only in relation to the benefits it gives to the clients, the way it brings in efficiency in the operations, the better co-ordination it offers between the interest groups and the low Total Cost of Ownership (TOC) and finally… sustainability of the software in the long run.
Agreement on a “solution” is arrived at after numerous interactions with the users to gather inputs and a firsthand ‘feel’ of the client’s workflow. The ‘Idea‘ is polished by internal brainstorming sessions by the team members where alternative options are explored to take care of a certain challenge. Most often, the idea becomes wider in scope giving maximum benefit to the client in terms of efficiency and cost.
The expertise, gained over the years building medium to large applications for a host of clients have helped us in developing a software development model conductive to ensure maximum participation from the users during the i2i (Idea to Implementation as we call it). The emphasis on the total quality management of the entire development process have resulted in time tested systems, manageable without programming intervention, earning us ‘tough’ customers like the Indian Navy who have always come back to us for customized software requirements in diversified areas.
The project development process is divided into 9 functional stages.
• Project Introduction (Idea)
This phase includes the initial meetings and discussions with the client(s). Here, the purposes of the project as well as the client’s idea of its scope and limitations are discussed.
• Feasibility Study
This phase includes a thorough study by the analysis team to ascertain the feasibility of developing the project in question. Some of the questions asked are,
=> Does the client really need this application?
=> The cost v/s benefit to the client.
=> Can this project be completed and implemented in the time mentioned?
Only on procuring favorable answers to the above questions the project can continue.
Once the project enters the analysis stage, a thorough study is done of the project to be developed. A plethora of material is researched, from client specifications, to the specifications from the computer operators/ users who will actually be working on and using the system. Hard copies of currently maintained documents and reports are also looked at.
Once the planning is initiated, careful thought is given to project deadlines, overall scheduling, and module delegation. This phase is basically about ensuring the logistics are in place before the coding phase begins.
• Design (User Interface and Flow)
This phase includes further interaction with the clients and the computer operators/ system users themselves. Their points of view, opinions and suggestions are carefully noted and discussed. Finally much thought and discussion is given to how the proposed flow can be optimized and simplified.
Finally the coding phase begins! Here programmers, having been thoroughly briefed about the project, its scope, schedules and deadlines, can begin developing the source code to translate all the planning and analysis done so far into tangible code.
Once the development of the project/module is completed, the testing phase begins. Typically, testing is first carried out by the project developer(s), followed by another round of testing by personnel who haven’t been involved with the coding of the project.
• User Feedback and improvements
Upon successful in-house testing, the project/module is then implemented at the client’s premises, where it is further tested and suggestions or modifications are offered, as many times as deemed necessary.
Installation of the system at the user premises, incorporation of the legacy data if necessary, training of the user groups and initial monitoring of the software performance and database fine tuning.