'Sapphire Solutions make sure that the best development methodology is applied to meet business goals and only success is delivered.'
Every project goes through a strategic process to achieve the ultimate goals like timely project completion, cost- effectiveness, optimum quality. The development methodology is the process or sequence of the processes that are used in software development. Every development methodology works in the following phases:
Let us define the various criteria for choosing the best development methodology for the project. We have a customer-centric approach in the entire development process so we focus on understanding the customer requirement and offering the best solutions.
Sapphire solutions serve versatile industries and develop the solutions. Each industry has its own strategies, constraints, and we stretch ourselves to make the best of IT and the client industry. Deciding the best-fit development methodology is a crucial process and there are some criteria:
Prior Experience Of The Team
Frequency Of Change Request Or Enhancements
We, Sapphire Solutions, work on the leading development methodologies like Agile, Scrum, DevOps as well as Waterfall and iterative.
As the name suggests itself, the agile methodology works perfectly for rapid and flexible response. Our Agile implementation process is based on the following manifesto:
High-quality outputs in small iterations
Open for creative improvements &modifications
Well planned costing & budget before each iteration
Regular interaction b/w the client and the development team
Superior quality product and customer satisfaction
Best for high or small-scale projects with frequently changing project requirements. Scrum manifesto, we follow:
Development in a series of sprints
Fast discovery of problems
Client participation in the production cycle
Fast feedback cycle
Daily team meeting
Best suitable for faster and rapid delivery of applications. DevOps Manifesto, we follow:
Increased team flexibility and agility
More exposure to automation
Faster delivery cycle
Improved operational support and quick fixes
Quality and Reliability
The traditional methodology best suited for projects with fixed requirements. The waterfall manifesto we follow:
Effective model for small-scale projects with well-defined requirements.
Great quality control
The iterative model works best with the project is big scale but requirements are clearly defined. Our manifesto of iterative model:
Early defect tracking
Reliable user feedback
Less time on documentation