In developing our project execution model, we at Eficaz adhere to the international standards to make the project flow easy and transparent to the client. Every project has its 5 stages

INCEPTION

This is when the initial requirements collection takes place – our business analysts and software architects will carefully study your requirements to prepare a comprehensive proposal. You don’t have to provide us with structured documentation. Just let us know your thoughts and expectations and our specialists will work on defining all the details by coming up with some sensible questions and offering our ideas to the project.

REQUIREMENTS MANAGEMENT

At this stage we will clearly describe your requirements in project documentation. Our specialists will prepare a proposal describing the product's performance, technologies, design features, verification requirements, etc. as well as the estimation of workload and cost of the project.

The requirements management would allow in obtaining and controlling requirement changes and ensuring that other relevant plans and data are kept up to date. Requirements management continues all through the project, culminating in the comparison of the product against the requirements.

SOFTWARE SOLUTION DEVELOPMENT

The software solution development is the most important stage of a project where most of the designing, programming and testing takes place.

PRODUCT INTEGRATION

At the Product Integration stage we define the best possible integration sequence, integrate product components and deliver the product to the client.

QUALITY ASSURANCE

Quality Assurance is an essential part of any project which ensures the quality of the solution provided. This is a complicated process, which takes place at all other stages of the project and includes the following activities:

  • Strong project management
  • Transparent project flow
  • Well-defined requirements and structured project documentation
  • Regress testing, bug-tracking and fixing

  • Process monitoring, product evaluation in regard to the specified requirements and client expectations
  • Usability analysis
  • Confidentiality and Intellectual Property Protection