Engagement methodologies that we offer

We understand that all the projects have different requirements and thus we provide them with various engagement methodologies.

Scrum

Time and Material

It’s an iterative development process suitable for large and complex projects having changing requirements. It’s a cyclic process with overlapping sprints.

  • Quick start
  • Unclear requirements
  • Custom flow
  • Real-time updates

Waterfall

Fixed Price

It’s a linear approach to software development process. It’s best suited for small projects since it measures the progress of entire scope in advance.

  • MVP & Startups
  • Clear requirements
  • Fixed deadlines
  • Fixed budget

Kanban

Dedicated team

Kanban streamlines the project lifecycle and makes team collaboration effective by making consistent improvements and easing changes in the management.

  • Complex projects
  • Change requests
  • Custom flow
  • Greater client control

Software development lifecycle

We treat all the projects differently based on their nature and requirement and thus deploy the suitable methodology. Below mentioned are the steps of all the methodologies.

Time and Material

  • Interviewing stakeholders
  • Studying documentation
  • Contextual research
  • Monetizing strategy
  • Technology Stack
  • 3rd party tools
  • Project plan
  • Allocation of developers
  • Process scheduling
  • Sprint planning
  • Sprint development
  • Uploading to production server
  • Uploading apps to the store

Fixed price

  • Concept analysis
  • Requirement understanding
  • Proposal structuring
  • Detailed understanding of concept
  • Wireframing
  • User stories
  • Test cases preparation
  • UI/UX
  • Non-functional demo
  • Sprint planning
  • Sprint development
  • Manual testing
  • User acceptance test (UAT)
  • Uploading to production server
  • Uploading apps to the store
  • Performance monitoring
  • Bug fixing
  • OS updates
  • Solution enhancement

Dedicated team

  • Concept understanding
  • Requirement understanding
  • Team screening
  • Benefits determination
  • Confirming cooperation
  • Team alignment
  • Coordination & communication
  • Requirement discussion
  • Planning of deliverables
  • Development as per plan
  • Testing
  • Upload to production server
  • Upload apps to the server
  • Performance monitoring
  • Bug fixing
  • OS updates
  • Solution enhancement

Which type of engagement model suits you?

Each engagement model has its pros and cons. Refer the below table to know which engagement models suits your project the best.

 

Time and Material

Fixed price

Dedicated Team

Fixed budget +
Low monetary risk + + +
Quick start +
High flexibility + +
Fixed deadlines + +
MVP + +
Large projects + +
Flexible scope + +
Iterative process + +