Process Work Cycle

Quality-infused Project Development Lifecycle at ICI

PROJECT DEVELOPMENT LIFECYCLE

(QUALITY PROCESS THROUGH AGILE XP METHOD)

At ICI, we follow the Agile software development method where a project is divided into short phases of work while allowing re-assessment and re-adaptation whenever required. With Agile, a software-in-the-making delivers results consistently and quickly by leaving room for iterations at every stage of development, as against the traditional software development cycle where one can’t move to the next stage before completing the previous one with bug-fixing, customer feedback and much more.

ICI ENSURES QUALITY, EFFECTIVENESS AND FAST DELIVERY BY ADOPTING INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND APPROACH

Development for People’ ensures quality

In our development approach, we make “People” the focus and not the process. These people are clients and end-users, whose needs change often. So, the development deals with changing the processes constantly to suit the needs, instead of re-applying processes. User centricity is a major focus in our software development. It means creating products that end-users would actually want to use.

Maximising effectiveness by ‘involving everyone’

By keeping the client’s goal in mind, product development becomes a matter of constant iteration and communication that involves everyone, from clients to project managers and development teams. Clients might start off with well-defined goals but down the road are lead to change them to meet the changing business needs. Agile methodology helps our developers to incorporate them along as when required, making the ultimate end product a truly effective one.

Agile approach for ‘complex requirements’

For simple and straight-forward projects where the client needs a simple website with elementary information to be displayed, a direct waterfall approach may be the best solution. However, for complex projects, where the goals are set high but the requirements are in a not-so-sure stage to start with and will need certain advancements as the business grows, we need to follow an approach that allows us to go back and forth constantly. This will ensure a quality product with increased effectiveness as it develops.

Iterating often and delivering fast

The goal of Agile software development is to maintain quality by iterating often and doing it fast. At the end of the day, Agile software development is based on tasks that need to be organized, distributed to the right people, scheduled and tracked as they multiply. The approach allows developers to break lengthy requirements, build and test phases into smaller segments, delivering a working software much quicker.

Development for People’ ensures quality

In our development approach, we make “People” the focus and not the process. These people are clients and end-users, whose needs change often. So, the development deals with changing the processes constantly to suit the needs, instead of re-applying processes. User centricity is a major focus in our software development. It means creating products that end-users would actually want to use.

Maximising effectiveness by ‘involving everyone’

By keeping the client’s goal in mind, product development becomes a matter of constant iteration and communication that involves everyone, from clients to project managers and development teams. Clients might start off with well-defined goals but down the road are lead to change them to meet the changing business needs. Agile methodology helps our developers to incorporate them along as when required, making the ultimate end product a truly effective one.

Agile approach for ‘complex requirements’

For simple and straight-forward projects where the client needs a simple website with elementary information to be displayed, a direct waterfall approach may be the best solution. However, for complex projects, where the goals are set high but the requirements are in a not-so-sure stage to start with and will need certain advancements as the business grows, we need to follow an approach that allows us to go back and forth constantly. This will ensure a quality product with increased effectiveness as it develops.

Iterating often and delivering fast

The goal of Agile software development is to maintain quality by iterating often and doing it fast. At the end of the day, Agile software development is based on tasks that need to be organized, distributed to the right people, scheduled and tracked as they multiply. The approach allows developers to break lengthy requirements, build and test phases into smaller segments, delivering a working software much quicker.

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