Knowledge on tap offers Agile application development (AAD) services, supported with an array of tools and techniques, to enable faster and higher quality software development than the traditional SDLC waterfall lifecycle methodology.
Our focus is prototyping – creating predefined components, structures and methods that efficiently jumpstarts software design and effectively crystallizes user business requirements. We employ and customize CASE tools, iterative life-cycles, prototyping, workshops, SWAT teams, Timebox Development, and re-use of applications, templates and code to customer requirements.
We use AAD to develop and redesign customer lower-risk or less complex software applications such as transactional websites that do not involve a high degree of throughput. Additionally, depending on an organization’s risk tolerance and the mission-critical designation of an application, AAD may also be used effectively during design and development within a structured software development methodology project.
Knowledge on Tap rad development services offers high-value benefits to small medium businesses (SMB) including:
Improve Software Quality
Reduce Development Time
Deliver to Agreed Schedule
Complete on Budget
Mitigate Development Risk
Requirements Planning Phase
We understand that cloud might not be the best solution always for our customer’s business needs and requirements. It is equally challenging to understand if on-premise is the best way to go. Our consultants understand the business’s core requirements and compliance needs to help you choose among the best of the three deployment options available.
User Design Phase
This AAD Phase allows users to interact with systems analysts and develop models and prototypes that represent all system processes, inputs, and outputs. The AAD groups or subgroups typically use a combination of Joint Application Development (JAD) techniques and CASE tools to translate user needs into working models. User Design is a continuous interactive process that allows users to understand, modify, and eventually approve a working model of the system that meets their needs.
This Phase focuses on program and application development task like traditional SDLC. In AAD, however, users continue to participate and suggest changes or improvements as screens and reports are developed. Its tasks are programming and application development, coding, unit-integration and system testing.
User Design Phase
This Phase is like the SDLC implementation phase, including data conversion, testing, changeover to the new system, and user training. Compared with traditional methods, the entire process is compressed.