At ACE Infoway we have a strong team of 150+ IT professionals who having experience in multiple technology platforms. The following diagram will give you a complete.
In today’s scenario, where customer requirements are very specific and at the same time changing dynamically, organizations need to adapt to processes which help in faster turn around time and with the desired quality. At ACE we have been customer centric in our approach and to cater to the varied type of business requirements, we follow development methodologies like.
Waterfall model is the most common version of Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) for software development. It is called Waterfall as it defines a rigid and linear development method where each phase is completed before the next one is started and there is no loop back. It follows the principle of Doing things right the first time & every time.
ACE Infoway have been doing application and product development based on waterfall models for a long time and has been deploying key role players in all stages of SDLC. Our expertise and experience have helped our clients in clearly laying down their requirements in understandable format using advanced tools and managing project execution to ensure definite end results.
Waterfall Software Development Model
This model is preferred where the requirements are clearly and un- ambiguously outlined. Complete project execution is divided in to well defined stages of analysis, design, development, testing & QA, release & user acceptance followed by maintenance and support.
A schedule is typically set with deadlines for each stage of development at the start of the project. In theory, this model leads to the project being delivered on time because each phase has been planned in detail. Practically this model involves high risk as it does not embrace the inevitable changes and revisions that become necessary with most of the projects. Once an application is in the testing stage, it is very difficult to go back and change something that was not thought of in the analysis stage.