Our technical expertise and experience to help you successfully deploy commerce, marketing, content management, and other innovative solutions for your industry.
We’re able to get you up and running quickly with a solution designed to meet your needs. True to our reputation for making work easy, our solutions can always be adapted to address your future needs, from regulatory changes to global expansion, increased management needs, and more robust capabilities.
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:
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:
Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) involves multiple activities, such as planning, analysis, design and development, different types of testing, deployment, and maintenance. These activities usually happen in various software environments, which could be classified as development, testing, staging, and production environments.
A development environment is configured to enable developers to write code quickly, verify it by creating basic tests, and be productive. This environment resources are much smaller than what it takes to run an entire application in real-life implementation. It also features developer-specific tools that may at times hinder rigorous QA validation. And most importantly, the development environment is constantly changing – with new functionality being added all the time – which makes it difficult for QA team to run time-consuming tests, e.g., regression or integration tests, without disrupting the development process.
A testing environment is where the QA team can use a variety of testing tools to run all their different tests over the application code taken from the development environment. While developers check their code for simple bugs before passing it for quality assurance, QA engineers execute more complex and time-consuming types of tests to check the compatibility of the new and old code, the correct integration of different modules, the system’s performance, etc. Running such tests on the development environment would lead to a huge waste of the developers’ time.
Even though testing is typically performed alongside development, the need for user-acceptance testing on a staging environment is of paramount importance. A staging environment is an identical replica of the customer’s production environment, which also typically contains real production data that’s been sanitized for safety purposes. It is hosted in the same way as the production servers and involves an identical setup and update operations. Therefore, testing on a staging environment offers the most reliable way to check code quality and ensure the production servers are successful.
A testing environment – even though critical for ongoing code quality assurance – can hardly achieve the same real-life degree of the customer’s system emulation. That’s why it is a common best practice to have the application code thoroughly tested on the staging environment before moving it to production. It is considered a must for enterprise applications.
A production environment is where your application lives and operates after the launch. It is where you deploy all the final work for your customer or roll out your new version of the application to be accessed by your clients.
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:
Today, time and change impact how business is done. Our Process and System Optimization services help you determine and prepare for the impact by assessing business processes, technology processes, and operations at the convergence of business and technology processes, to identify any misalignment between the current business needs and current processes, policies, and procedures.
The resulting recommendations from allow for better understanding of your current state so you can take informed action to address people, process and technological shortcomings, leading to improved efficacy, reduced waste, decreased costs and even increased revenue.
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.
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