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As in any other engineering discipline, software engineering also has some structured models for software development. IndSoft has deep skills and experience with most popular software development models that are adopted by many product and software development firms:

  • System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) Model - also known as Classic Life Cycle Model (or) Linear Sequential Model (or) Waterfall Method
  • Prototyping Model
  • Rapid Application Development Model
  • Component Assembly Model

All these different product and software development models have their own advantages and disadvantages. Nevertheless, in the contemporary commercial software development world, the fusion of all these methodologies is incorporated.

Software products have become an integral foundation of most businesses today. Most companies rely heavily on their database products, data mining, and other analysis tools to perform their day to day operations. Furthermore, the dynamic nature of businesses creates new requirements in terms of functionality, reliability, and performance. The result is that software development organizations, as well as, company's internal development teams are under daily pressure to improve the functionality and quality of their products to satisfy their requirements and expectations while competing with other similar products.

In today's industry, examples of software products that have been in the market for over a decade are not rare. The long lifetime of software products and the continual growth of products, in conjunction with dynamics of development teams, have created monumental management problems. The software is growing in size and complexity, while the development team is continually changing -- new members are added, others leave or change roles and responsibilities. Building a "good" product under such circumstances is a challenge.

  • Progress indicator: this index represents how many new features have been completed
  • Quality indicator: this index represents how the product will be viewed by customers
  • Health indicator: this index represents how easily our code can be modified for future enhancements

IndSoft's framework is based on the multiplicity of concern in a software product's development. To manage such a multidimensional space, IndSoft divides its high level concerns into three areas:

By leveraging its experience with the software development models IndSoft will provide our clients with the following benefits: significant cost savings, constant project status update, focus on core activities and requirements, long-term commitment, onsite and off-shore software development.

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