Development Processes

The Right Development Process is Critical for Your Successful Project

Our focus is to ensure we are delivering the best project results for you each and every time.  Key to that is the methodology of how your project is developed.

If you don’t like surprises you’ll like our proven methodologies Waterfall and Agile.

Waterfall Development Methodology

Waterfall Development Methodology – A methodology with clearly defined dates and deliverables at the start of a project is used for projects with known information.



Agile Development Methodology

Agile Development Methodology – Is a more interactive methodology designed to work very closely with you with ongoing deliverables.  This offers flexibility and the ability to pull new information into the project.  Usually larger projects need Agile.



We look forward to working with you on your project and using the methodology that fits best for you.



The Agile Development Cycle


How Agile Addresses Software Requirements

Agile helps development teams focus on your most important requirements as quickly as possible. With ongoing feedback and multiple meeting interactions, the project team and you with your team understand and prioritize the right requirements and next-steps.

The Phases of Waterfall Methodology

The Waterfall methodology is broken into seven stages, and each stage is completely dependent on the previous ones. This process can be planned using a Gantt chart, which is a linear bar chart that shows the start and end dates for each task.

Differences and Similarities: Waterfall vs Agile

Waterfall Agile
Sequential X
Flexible X
Accommodates change X
Defined Requirements X
Deliver Quality Products X X
Continually Evolving X
Rigid Process X