Every custom software project is unique and requires a tailored approach to development. We believe in crafting solutions that align with your specific needs and goals. While our development technique may vary based on the project, we typically employ two main methods that allow us to deliver exceptional results:

Agile/Flex-time approach

for complex jobs with undefined SOW

Discovery

This is our requirements gathering phase. We’ll take the time to learn as much about your business, market, and goals as possible — from you as well as our own research. In the end, we’ll have sorted out:

  • The value proposition
  • The list of features (necessary
  • and nice-to-have)
  • A competitor analysis
  • A risk assessment

This is our requirements gathering phase. We’ll take the time to learn as much about your business, market, and goals as possible — from you as well as our own research. In the end, we’ll have sorted out:

  • The value proposition
  • The list of features (necessary and nice-to-have)
  • A competitor analysis
  • A risk assessment

MVP requirements analysis

If we’re going to release your product while it’s still in production, we need to know what that minimum viable product (or MVP) is. Essentially, we need to establish the baseline features and functionality that will satisfy early users.

Project planning

At this stage, we create app specifications, wireframes, and working prototypes to start collecting early feedback on the solution. This will allow us to test the viability of the solution while also assessing the feasibility and cost of the features outlined.

This is when we start to work out the kinks.

UX and UI Design

Although we want to help you achieve your business goals, the user must always come first.

That’s why we dedicate an entire stage to user experience (UX) and user interface (UI) strategy and design techniques. This allows us to test and fine-tune not only the aesthetics of your solution, but the intuitiveness of the user journey itself.

Learn more about Convergine’s UX and UI process here

Iterative development

We break this stage into two- to three-week sprints. This allows us to build the MVP based on which features are the highest priority. We’ll chip away at each of the features, making time to test them with users and collect feedback to ensure that every piece of the application is rock-solid.

Validation

At this point, we want you to fully review the solution and provide us with feedback. Did we build all of the required features? Do they work as hoped? Have we met your objectives?

Because we’re often working without a scope in these kinds of projects, it’s critical to get your validation on what we’ve built. If there are issues or gaps in the product, we’ll go back to the product, revise, test, and validate again and again until you’re 100% satisfied.

Fixed price and scope approach

for well-defined scope of work

Requirements analysis

This is our requirements analysis phase. We’ll take the time to learn as much about your business, market, and goals as possible — from you as well as our own research. In the end, we’ll have sorted out:

  • The value proposition
  • The list of features (necessary and nice-to-have)
  • A competitor analysis
  • A risk assessment

For highly specialized products, we may also have one of our business analysts with domain knowledge weigh in. We’ll need their expertise to properly analyze and document things like:

  • Product vision
  • Project scope
  • Functional and non-functional requirements
  • UI components
  • Data flows

Estimated costs

Once we’ve defined the parameters of the project, we’ll put together a Statement of Work (SOW) that details the job in its entirety:

  • Scope of the project
  • Stages and timeline
  • Final costs

Both you and Convergine will need to approve and sign this agreement before we move on.

UX and UI Design

Although we want to help you achieve your business goals, the user must always come first.

That’s why we dedicate an entire stage to user experience (UX) and user interface (UI) strategy and design techniques. This allows us to test and fine-tune not only the aesthetics of your solution, but the intuitiveness of the user journey itself.

Learn more about Convergine’s UX and UI process here.

Development and quality assurance

At this stage, we translate design into code, taking your solution from working model to operational product.

However, this isn’t just about coding. We go through multiple rounds of quality assurance testing and updates to ensure that all the original requirements have been met. These will be done in short iterations to allow for a frequent feedback loop.

User acceptance testing

Prior to deployment, we’ll conduct a rigorous process of user acceptance testing. By putting the solution into the hands of real users, we’ll find out if there are any further improvements needed. These tests may include functionality, security, content, and usability testing.

Deployment

With all requirements met and approvals in hand, it’s time to deploy your solution. We won’t just hit the “Publish” button though. We’ll prepare a launch strategy, run it by you, and then implement when you’re ready.

Delivering premium-quality websites within set deadlines and budget constraints.

With our thoughtful and proven approach to web development, we consistently deliver high-quality products within the agreed-upon deadlines and budgets. Our meticulous attention to detail, combined with our expertise and commitment to client satisfaction, ensures that you receive a top-notch solution that meets your expectations and drives your business forward.

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