At Software Planet, we take great pride in our customer-centric application development process. This is why from start to finish, we aim to imbue a sense of partnership into everything we do at our company.
While our process is based on industry best practices and will incorporate the majority of elements of both Scrum and Agile methodologies, the final set of activities that are employed in the customer’s project will depend on a number of important variables:
As a company providing software development services for over twenty years, we have learned that rather than blindly following a “one-size-fits-all” approach, we can make small alterations to our development process that will better fit our customer’s requirements. This not only leads to improved results, but can also yield much higher levels of satisfaction.
Software Planet Group are a bespoke software development provider. This means that in addition to a multitude of services, we also offer our customers a wide variety of customisation options. Every one of these, however, may be divided into two main categories:
Different customers will want and require different levels of engagement in the project delivery process. Depending on the level of trust between the customer and supplier (as well as the customer’s corporate objectives and priorities), they may prefer to become less involved in the project’s day-to-day activities.
So with this in mind, in the end-to-end delivery model, the supplier takes full responsibility for the entire project, from ideation to project delivery. A good supplier will accordingly proactively inform the customer regarding progress, reaching out with any updates or when additional input from the client is needed.
Thus, from the customer’s perspective, the ideal E2E delivery process is very similar to a vending machine: you drop a coin in, the machine works its magic and you are given your selected treat.
In this way — though the level of customer involvement may vary — whenever you pay for tangible results (i.e. not simply for time or hours), you are in fact dealing with a variation of the end-to-end delivery model.
Software Planet’s expertise is often sought by customers who require software development for the following types of projects:
As part of our desktop, mobile or web product development services, we stand ready to build your software projects from the ground up. This may include the development of a minimum viable product (MVP) that will focus on your product’s core functionalities — though this is usually an interim step towards a larger project objective.
When software components become outdated, there are a number of different routes to tackle this problem:
IT migration projects will usually fall within one of the four main categories: