We follow Agile methodology

We are following the best model of SDLC lifecycle “Scrum model” form strategy to deliver.

Scrum lifecycle is a number of consecutive steps and iterative stages that should be performed during the realization of any Scrum project. The iterative approach is the main principle of Scrum lifecycle. The work on a Scrum project is subdivided into segments called sprints. The project develops from one sprint to another until the final product is ready. Each sprint is subdivided into several consecutive stages that it must pass from the beginning till the end. Scrum methodology also includes more specialized lifecycles like the testing life cycle and the defect life cycle.

Scrum methodology also includes more specialized lifecycles like the testing life cycle and the defect life cycle.

How Agile works

Product Owner from the company understand requirements and idea.

Product Owner and client sit together and create requirement backlog(list of tasks which needs to do)

All backlog requirement has been added to PMS.

Client meets our team (development, designer, QA, manager)

Product owner and client decides priority of tasks.

Team sit together and decide to take tasks into sprint - Its Repetitive process.

Sprint tasks has been started and assigned tasks to different team members.

Team do daily status update meeting (called Scrum).

Status update has been updated on the PMS. So it will be transparent to all.

After sprint completes there is something to see for client.

If changes then again added to backlog and taken into sprint based on priority decided by client or product owner.

If everything is okay then it will be successfully completed task and it moved to done.

Agile (Scrum framework) at glance

Advantages

More flexibility
More productivity
More transparency
Products of superior quality
Decreased risk of missed goals
Optimized development
Excellent project control