A robust methodology starts with your business needs, and translates your needs to design, architecture, development and deployment of the end application. SPSoft's custom application development process encompasses all the phases of software development life cycle, starting from translating business requirements into project requirements through implementation.
Manual Testing - Software Development Life Cycle(SDLC) Once requirements are finalized in the form of software Requirements specification with functional specifications then analysis will start in order to verify all the requirements are clear and understandable. Analysis team will analyze the requirements with high level document.One requirements for reviewed then documents are passed to development and QA team.
TASK ANALYSIS GRID: Service Design Tool. When designers have to communicate decisions to stakeholders, one possibility is to use the task analysis grid, an interesting alternative to the standard requirements documents. The aim is to see the entire scope of the project and the whole features of the first and future releases on the same page in a unique schematic description.
Writing and Managing Use Cases – Simply Put! Techniques for Capturing and Communicating Solution Requirements for IT Projects in Use Case Format. A business use case depicts how the business community will use a future IT application. It is the de facto standard for documenting and communicating functional requirements to developers. Writing a simple business use case is a skill that anyone in an organization can easily acquire. . .
Business Process Modeling and Analysis – Simply Put! Using Dataflow Diagrams and Swimlane Diagrams Identifies Functional and Non-Functional Requirements. Business processes are what organizations do. Whether documented or not, whether designed or not, whether understood or not, nothing gets done until someone (or the system) does it. That is what business processes are all about. They are a combination of business operating procedures, business rules, business data, and supporting . . .