Software Development


Development

BrizSolution believes that software development should not be restricted to code creation and project delivery. It is inclusive of an accurate comprehension of the client’s requirements and business goals and, on the basis of this comprehension, recommendations of a cost-effective solution with a fine blend of technology. BrizSolution highly effective solution recommendations and technology proficiency have made its software development methodology stand distinct from its peers.

BrizSolution believes that software development should not be restricted to code creation and project delivery. It is inclusive of an accurate comprehension of the client’s requirements and business goals and, on the basis of this comprehension, recommendations of a cost-effective solution with a fine blend of technology. BrizSolution highly effective solution recommendations and technology proficiency have made its software development methodology stand distinct from its peer.

Considerations

Business problem definition

Product development objective

Stakeholder viewpoint

Onsite-offshore knowledge transition and requirements gatheri

Implementation

Assemble project team

Knowledge transition

Define project execution strategies and communication channel

Customize offshore process

Execute offshore project

Review deliverables and identify areas of improvement

Execution

Documentation of user, functional, and system requirements

Top-level architecture, technical approach, and system design

System decomposition into component and unit specifications and design

Coding, unit test planning, and unit testing

Generation of test data for unit testing and system testing

System integration and testing

Implementation, delivery


We take into account the client-specific requirements and customize the operational methodology accordingly. Simultaneously, we collaborate with the client to uplift the business process and efficiency. For this, we utilize our past operational experience to recommend the best practices.

Prototyping

We believe that creating a working prototype helps to collect further requirements from the stakeholders and also enables them to comprehend the system. Moreover, this prototyping exercise considerably decreases requirements and design errors, particularly for user interfaces.

Architecture and Design

The key is as follows: selection of an appropriate architecture for the application, a good design of the application, and finally, a good representation of the design. Our design team is well equipped with extensive knowledge and understanding of industry-standard architectures and best practices. The team adheres to the following fundamental principles:

Good designs require in-depth application domain knowledge

Only what is hidden can be changed without risk (hence, it is important to expose interfaces and hide implementations)

Separation of concerns leads to standard architectures

Reusing designs through patterns yields faster implementation and better maintenance. The output of a design activity is a technical plan or blueprint of a system that helps the developers construct the system.

System Construction
A set of activities that transforms a design into a running system is termed as ‘construction’. This phase requires that the engineering teams adhere to the following principles:

Well-structured programs have fewer errors and are easier to maintain

Software-reuse decreases cycle time and increases quality and productivity

The Agile methodology decreases the effect of changes in requirements

We emphasize robust coding standards, useful code comments, and extensive unit testing during the course of this phase. We urge the teams to practice test-driven development, continuous integration, and short build cycles.

Testing

Testing is an integral part of the software development process. Our project plan is accompanied by a test plan. We develop test cases during the designing and coding of an application. To ensure that the delivered system is of the best quality, we promote random testing and bug bashes. The basic principle behind these activities is that ‘formal testing can show the presence but not the absence of errors’.

Tracking and Monitoring

All our phases of software development are marked by monitoring of our progress and tuning of the processes and our efforts. These activities encompass project management, configuration management, requirements and change management, and quality and defect management.