Clearly understanding the goals of a business, and the requirements for it’s software, is core to the success of any software project. Good communication is vital to this process.
We cannot stress enough, the importance of defining what your business goals are before you embark on building a piece of software. As easy as this may sound, most projects that fail, do so because they fail to correctly define the problem they are trying to solve.
Once we have a clear problem definition, we will work with you to define detailed business requirements. Then we will work out how to solve the “problem”. There are usually multiple ways to solve a problem. You may find some options more suitable than others.
Only after completing the aforementioned steps, (problem definition, requirements gathering and a proposed solution) we will start building the software. These initial steps are akin to creating a blueprint/plan before building a house. This is very critical to the success of the project, and we will lead the way and help bring clarity and definition to what we are setting out to build.
We like to keep things simple, and keep making progress. Our aim and vision is to demonstrate that software solutions can transform your business, be cost efficient, and to put YOU in control of these solutions that ultimately help you drive your business forward.
There is no limit to what you can accomplish with a software application. Contact us today to learn more.
In order to kick start the process, please make an appointment with us to discuss your business goals, and timeline for the project. This initial consultation is free of charge and will take approximately 30 minutes.
If we are able to come to an agreement that we can move forward with the project, we will then discuss the costs and sign an agreement.
We will then prepare a statement of work for your review, and once it is approved, we will start the process of putting together detailed requirements, and prototyping. Once you approve the fully defined requirements and possibly a prototype, we will build the software.
The time it will take from start to finish will depend entirely on the scope of the work.