Each of our software products begins with methodical research to find suitable solutions for your business requirements. At Evinent, our designers prepare mock-ups for each client prior to proceeding into the development phase. This evaluation period provides clients with an opportunity to discuss any corrections, concerns, or questions.
Evinent developers utilize SCRUM agile software development methodology during the development phase of web applications, so customers can get receive a working demo within two weeks. This timeline is still achievable even for clients who desire app concepts or other complex projects. During demo meetings, we review implemented functionality with clients to scope and identify any issues. These meetings may occur every few days or whenever our team settles on a design strategy.
The SCRUM method utilizes a unique infrastructure for developing any type of program. There are three main roles within this agile approach in our company:
1. Product Owner
Product owners have the overall vision of the final product and must be available for questions during the design phase.
2. Scrum Master
The Scrum Master is the connecting link between the product owner and the team. The Scrum Master ensures there are no distractions or impediments for each project. Their primary responsibility is ensuring workers can be creative while reaching stated goals on any assignment.
3. Team Members
Team members are directly involved with the software engineering process. Qualified software engineers are our backbone. Their creativity and technological expertise drive the successful completion of every project.
Using this methodology allows us to keep web applications “potentially shippable," meaning that each project can be given to clients on any given day. Essentially, this approach is a building block, where every step builds onto the previous ones. While software may not reach one hundred percent in each step, it is still functional every step of the way. The methodology provides peace of mind to clients who may wish to examine projects at important milestones.
We believe that customers should receive the most important functionality in an application sooner rather than later. As such, each project becomes divided into tasks. These tasks become prioritized according to client requirements or business needs. A detailed scope allows our teams to focus on important tasks first.
Other research methods like Waterfall methodology can be used. However, after analyzing timelines and cost, we believe that the technologies we use allow for better results. Our strategy allows us to streamline the development process without sacrificing quality.