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We use structured sequence of stages (process models) in software engineering to develop the intended software product.

Waterfall Model

Waterfall model is the simplest model of software development paradigm. It says the all the phases of SDLC will function one after another in linear manner. That is, when the first phase is finished then only the second phase will start and so on.

This model assumes that everything is carried out and taken place perfectly as planned in the previous stage and there is no need to think about the past issues that may arise in the next phase. This model does not work smoothly if there are some issues left at the previous step. The sequential nature of model does not allow us go back and undo or redo our actions.

This model is best suited when developers already have designed and developed similar software in the past and are aware of all its domains.

Iterative Model

This model leads the software development process in iterations. It projects the process of development in cyclic manner repeating every step after every cycle of SDLC process.

The software is first developed on very small scale and all the steps are followed which are taken into consideration. Then, on every next iteration, more features and modules are designed, coded, tested and added to the software. Every cycle produces a software, which is complete in itself and has more features and capabilities than that of the previous one.

After each iteration, the management team can do work on risk management and prepare for the next iteration. Because a cycle includes small portion of whole software process, it is easier to manage the development process but it consumes more resources.

Spiral Model

Spiral model is a combination of both, iterative model and one of the SDLC model. It can be seen as if you choose one SDLC model and combine it with cyclic process (iterative model).

This model considers risk, which often goes un-noticed by most other models. The model starts with determining objectives and constraints of the software at the start of one iteration. Next phase is of prototyping the software. This includes risk analysis. Then one standard SDLC model is used to build the software. In the fourth phase of the plan of next iteration is prepared.

V – model

The major drawback of waterfall model is we move to the next stage only when the previous one is finished and there was no chance to go back if something is found wrong in later stages. V-Model provides means of testing of software at each stage in reverse manner.

At every stage, test plans and test cases are created to verify and validate the product according to the requirement of that stage. For example, in requirement gathering stage the test team prepares all the test cases in correspondence to the requirements. Later, when the product is developed and is ready for testing, test cases of this stage verify the software against its validity towards requirements at this stage.

This makes both verification and validation go in parallel. This model is also known as verification and validation model.

Big Bang Model

For this model, very small amount of planning is required. It does not follow any process, or at times the customer is not sure about the requirements and future needs. So the input requirements are arbitrary.

This model is not suitable for large software projects but good one for learning and experimenting.

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Planning Services

A successful implementation isn’t just cost-effective on the front end; it also boosts employee adoption and helps you achieve a faster return on your investment. Our globally experienced services team will help you:

  • Identify key business goals and priorities for your workforce management solution
  • Map out a strategy for completely and efficiently meeting your goals
  • Determine the best implementation approach for your organisation’s budget and timeline
  • Establish benchmarks and metrics for evaluating the long-term success of your solution

Implementation Services

No matter what degree of implementation support you need, we can help. We configure and implement your software solution, provide consultative assistance to your internal team, or coordinate your implementation. Each and every implementation project is designed to deliver a complete project including:

  • Solutions designed around your requirements, leveraging our best-practices based delivery model
  • Configuration based upon standard components to ensure the highest quality delivery
  • Extensive testing to ensure that the solution performs as expected
  • Deployment assistance throughout the deployment lifecycle

Application Managed Services

We assist your team with our best practice knowledge and our experience with planning, configuring, testing and deploying changes to your application. Based on your unique business needs and in-house skillset, we offer a dedicated team to assist in one or more of the following services:

  • Ongoing administration activities
  • One-on-one system configuration coaching
  • Perform all system design, configuration and migration activities required to move new changes into the production environment
  • Assistance with the planning, requirements gathering, testing and deployment of ongoing system changes or enhancements

Optimisation Services

We offer a range of optimisation assessments to ensure that your software solutions remain tightly aligned with your current goals and objectives.

Change Management

Change management service is developed to help organisations like yours achieve successful, smooth transitions when implementing new absence management and time tracking processes. Our team can provide you with expert guidance, a proven roadmap, and customisable tools to help your organisation address the human element of change.

  • Create a structured approach to implementing our solutions
  • Prepare your entire workforce for the required changes
  • Meet employees’ needs with easy-to-use self-service tools
  • Increase employee adoption and achieve lasting benefits