Dear Visitors, We are happy to announce that our variety of Time Attendance and Access Control devices is supplemented by one more new and modern device type ( WS 700 ).
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Understanding that accurate project implementation and management methodology is one of the essential factors of project success, we have developed our general work methodology, which is based both on international Project Management standards, and on lessons learned from our previous experience. Also understanding that each Project is unique and each Client needs to be approached individually, we made the Flexibility the key point of our methodology, in order it could be easily customized according to each project’s main features such as size, duration, and budget.
The other main feature of our project implementation methodology is the phased approach, which assumes dividing full project into some logical phases. We have divided our project implementation process into the following general phases: Study of Requirements, Design, Development and Deployment.
Study of Requirements
Before trying to design and create a software application, it is really needed to define the basic nature of the project. So our first objective is to study your requirements, define exactly what is needed to do, and set up a plan to accomplish it. Specifically, we focus on the following activities during this stage:
- Meetings and discussions to discover your requirements
- Study of international best practice
- Requirements Definition
- Project Planning
Now that have a better idea about what we need to do, we formulate an appropriate solution. We work with you and/or your team to define the best solution and create a Project Design, which includes both our management plan and the software requirements specification (SRS). So what are we doing during the Design stage? Here's a brief list:
- Functional Design
- Technical Design
- System Architecture
- Creation of Project Design and SRS
The Development stage is usually the most time consuming. During this stage we develop and test your software and create its documentation. Main activities that we perform during this stage include:
- Testing/Quality Assurance
- User Documentation
- Change Management
The deployment of your software is possibly the most important aspect of the whole process. After all, this is when the people are starting to use the software. What exactly do we do during this final stage?
- Hardware/Software Installation
- Data Conversion
- User Training
- User-acceptance Testing
- Post Implementation Review
One important thing about the software development process in general is that it is a highly iterative process. It is common to go through these phases during the project several times. For example, we might discover that one of the modules doesn't work exactly as intended while in the Development stage. This would cause us to clarify the requirements and redesign it, before making the required changes in the code.