By leveraging Agile development methodologies, human-centered design tools, and best practices around security and risk management, we help organizations meet their needs reliably and efficiently.
Getting to know your partner as getting ready for marriage
Get to know your client as well as your long-term partner. It is not a banking rule or requirement by the legislation. We truly want to know our client, and with every client, we aim for a long-term partnership. This allows us not only to maintain good relationships, but we are also able to understand your business, your company, and your team. With that, we can build better products or solutions for your company's customers. We are with both hands for transparency, honesty, and integrity.
Stopping roadblocks before they happen
Identify and manage obstacles before they are in sight. Identifying potential risks at the start of and during any software project is critical to the success of that project. Risks can come from any place — from budget, schedule, technology, and people, to name just a few. We identify and deal with all those, as well as ensure continuity in the project. Whether we’re facing a challenge for the first time or the hundredth time, our team proposes, validates, and implements solutions that make the most sense for the project.
Blending Agile with Offshore
Most Agile development methods break product development work into small increments that minimize the amount of up-front planning and design. Iterations, or sprints, are short time frames (timeboxes) that typically last from one to four weeks. Each iteration involves a cross-functional team working in all functions: planning, analysis, design, coding, unit testing, and acceptance testing. At the end of the iteration a working product is demonstrated to stakeholders. This minimizes overall risk and allows the product to adapt to changes quickly. An iteration might not add enough functionality to warrant a market release, but the goal is to have an available release (with minimal bugs) at the end of each iteration. Through incremental development products have room to "fail often and early" throughout each iterative phase instead of drastically on a final release date. Multiple iterations might be required to release a product or new features. Working software is the primary measure of progress.
Focusing on people’s real needs
We use human-centered design process for every screen, view, and app we design and build. The process ensures that the design matches the needs and capabilities of the people for whom they are intended. What are their needs? More importantly, what are the behaviors motivating those needs? By taking a human-centered design approach, we’re able to meet and anticipate people’s expectations better as they interact with your business and products. The human-centered design process goes through four key activities - Observation, Idea generation, Prototyping, and Testing. These four activities are iterated - they are repeated over and over, with each cycle yielding more insights and getting closer to the desired solution. This allows us to really understand the people you’re trying to reach and how to successfully engage them with your product or service. From there, we use our findings to guide how we design in a way that solves the problem and meets people’s needs in the simplest way possible.