Infinium Softech is a leading offshore software development services provider. We are a team of development experts with the right skill set and specialization in implementing the models of software development for projects of different levels. Our ever-evolving infrastructure integrating the best five development models is the strongest support for enterprise-level application development projects. Here is a brief overview of each of the models:
With Waterfall Model integrated to the basic development infrastructure of Infinium Softech, our software development technology is a robust one. The framework of this application development model resembles the waterfall structure. It is a cycle of phases related to the stages in a cutting-edge development process. The end of one phase leads to the beginning of another phase. Thus the cycle comes to the end. Successful completion of the phases one by one drives the project throughout the cycle of the Waterfall Model. Conception, Analysis, Initiation, Design, Implementation, Execution, Testing and Maintenance are the essential phases of the Waterfall Model at Infinium Softech.
With Agile Model deployed in the software development process, projects move on from one stage to the other stage in an incremental manner. At Infinium Softech, the development infrastructure integrates the latest version of Agile Model. The integrated incremental approach of this tried methodology to developing applications from the grass root levels is referred to as a repetitive process. With the Agile development methodology deployed in the process, analysis of key requirements and implementation of the solution developed at each phase run side by side. Scope, Planning, Initiation, Construction Iteration, Release Iteration and Production are the most fundamental phases of Agile Model at Infinium Softech.
Known for its prototyping methodology, the Spiral Model resembles to Waterfall Model and Iterative Model to some extent. This software development model is systematic in approach like Waterfall Model. One of the technological integrations to the application development and testing infrastructure at Infinium Softech, Spiral Model suits the large-scale development projects. The design and development of a software project are assessed as well as refined at each state deploying the Spiral Model in the process. The overall structure of this methodology consists of some functional frameworks: Customer Communication, Planning, Risk Analysis, Engineering, Construction and Release. At Infinium Softech, we have the working knowledge of each of these frameworks.
Engagement model is a most critical part of the software development infrastructure at Infinium Softech. It is better referred to as client engagement methodology. Point-to-point technical analysis, high-level service quality, deadline-oriented delivery and technical accuracy are the keys to a long-term, healthy relationship with clients in business. We deploy the client Engagement Model to meet these parameters of partnership with clients. Of the divisions of the Engagement Model framework, the most vital are Advisory model, Fixed Price model, Turnkey Engagement model, Time and Resource Model. With the help of this model, we ensure to fulfill the key requirements of a software development project at each different phase.
Iterative Model, one of the software development models, works in a repetitive order. Unlike Waterfall Model, this model keeps repeating its methodology for implementing and testing the modules of a software development project till the very end. Once a module is properly developed in keeping with the requirements the development work moves on to the next module. We deploy the latest version of Iterative Model for high-level enterprise application development work, at Infinium Softech. Inception, Elaboration, Construction and Transition are the four main divisions of the Iterative Model structure.
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