No matter how big or small your project is, InventureIT employs a time‐honored design and development process to ensure project completion on‐time, on‐budget, according to your specific goals, and with a standard of quality that we bet our reputation on.
During the Discover Phase we work with the client to get a clear picture of exactly what the goals of the project are from a business perspective. With the business problem, project goals, and anticipated audience in mind, we determine the scope of the client’s project and create a solution proposal.
- Identify Overall Structure
- Determine Client’s Perspective
- Top-Level Vision
During the Design Phase we spec out specifically what will be built by outlining product design goals, requirements, features, dependencies, and sample interfaces.We complete this phase by building a detailed plan that describes how the product will be built, and describe when and in what order it will be built.
- Priority Identification
- Constraint Impacts
- Formulation of Goals
During the Develop phase, InventureIT will focus on creating detailed designs, developing web pages and source code, and testing the components of the application.As the project is being built, we go through a series of intermediate testing as segments are completed and integrated.
- Standardizing Documentation
The Deploy phase begins with the System Test and user acceptance (beta) tests of the product and ends when the customer accepts the product as complete. Testing during this phase emphasizes usage and real‐world testing. InventureIT focuses on resolving and triaging bugs and getting the product ready to deploy.
- Real-World Testing
- User Training
- Persistent Updates
The 4D method is a continuous improving cycle that allows for sustainable forward planning to deliver maximum benefits for our customers.
PROCESS and FOCUS
InventureIT begins our process with an extensive investigation of our client’s needs and then systematically designs, engineers, builds, and tests our solutions until we have an end result that works and fulfills the client’s business goals. Why do some projects succeed and others fail? The answer is PROCESS and FOCUS.
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