Staying true to our philosophy to never overpromise and underdeliver.
The Discovery Phase is the first step toward an effective project development process. We define a project’s objective, service offering, and goals. Discovering what you have, want, and need on a holistic level is what discovery is all about. The goal of the discovery phase is to effectively manage time, energy, and resources. We aim to build a system that will grow with your company, adapt to technological advancements, and meet the changing needs of your users.
We start the implementation phase of the project development process with the build specifications in mind. Depending on your project, we may begin with setting up a server to run your application, building the foundation code for your new site, or trying out the first new feature of your project. Our approach is iterative, so you’ll witness our progress over time. You’ll get to see your project come to life and provide feedback.
With the defined build specification, we ensure that desired features and functionality are met. Our implementation method is agile and transparent, so you’ll be able to monitor how our work progresses over time. This enables our teams to collaborate to resolve any difficulties that arise along the road. You will have numerous opportunities to assess and provide feedback on our efforts. We’ll share our testing environment with you and communicate openly and frequently.
The workflow pipeline is monitored at this level using data gathered from consumer behavior, application performance, and other sources. The ability to monitor the entire environment aids teams in identifying bottlenecks affecting the development teams’ productivity. While continuous integration and deployment addresses the frequency of feature releases, whether and when end-users consume them is dependent upon your business needs. LumiQualis guarantees optimal business value throughout this period by releasing, stabilizing, measuring, and learning from the entire cycle.
We do what we do best and we don’t do what we’re not good at. Simple.
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