OUR APPROACH TO DELIVER SUCCESSFUL PROJECT

We believe a right chosen approach is one of the pillars that successful delivery is based on.

Arixess always makes sure that its development methodology is interactive and customer-centered: we understand the customer’s needs and offer a rare combination of speed and reliability at an impressive price to quality ratio.

To achieve that, we constantly fine-tune our business processes and implement the best industry practices, combining the benefits of Agile and Waterfall methodologies, flexible distributed teams with versatile skillsets, and a variety of modern technologies.

DELIVERING MULTI-PART PROJECTS WITH DISTRIBUTED TEAMS

Nowadays, the complexity of development projects keeps growing. More often than not successful development depends on effective collaboration of many actors: tech and non-tech companies, as well as field-specific consultants bringing their unique expertise and perspectives.

Distributed teams can be an enormous resource for competitive advantage: they ensure fast development, scalability, flexibility in access to diverse knowledge and skillsets once they are needed.

However, there are some necessary conditions for this approach to work well:

  • Effective communication between all the distributed teams despite all the distances and differences
  • High-quality management at every stage of development: requirements engineering, change management, development control, quality assurance, seamless ongoing introduction of new features

Arixess has solid experience of working in distributed environments. We know how to maximize the benefits and run the development process fast. We take care of the routine, while the customer enjoys both the process and the product.

AGILE METHODOLOGY

Agile has long become a buzzword in the IT industry. In essence, it is about iterative development based on collaboration between self-organizing cross-functional teams. In this approach, requirements and solutions gradually evolve, which is crucial for developing innovative and unique software solutions. The two most popular Agile process frameworks are:

SCRUM

This classic Agile approach is mostly used in relatively small teams of 3 to 9 members. It minimizes the overhead of the process and maximizes the time spent to get the useful work done.

  • The project requirements are not clear yet or client wants to start the development and gradually improve the product
  • The requirements are likely to change in the course of the development process
  • Client and service provider proactively discuss and adjust project requirements to achieve the best possible result

KANBAN

Kanban is a scalable Agile approach that originated in the Japanese automotive industry. We use it for larger teams, big enterprise systems, complex tasks involving large volumes of legacy code.

  • The client has a large enterprise system with the huge amount of the legacy code
  • The development team is larger than 3-9 members recommended by the Scrum methodology
  • On-demand planning and tasks estimation can be introduced in favor of saving time for actual coding

WATERFALL METHODOLOGY

This is often a reasonable choice when it comes to rather standard tasks, where the requirements – including wireframes, mockups, etc. – are very clear from the outset, and the customer does not intend to be actively involved in the process. We often follow this approach in projects where multiple software components are designed for integration with external systems.

  • Analyze Requirements
  • Create Project Specification Documents

  • Create The Software Architecture Document
  • Create Project Plan

  • Build The Solution
  • Produce Deliverables and Documentation

  • Perform Manual and Automated Tests

  • Transfer All Deliverables and Provide Support

FIXED BUDGET

If the budget for the project is set and control of the budget is one of the client's top priorities - waterfall is the best options by far.

SHORT PROJECT DURATION

Waterfall model is the best fit if the project duration is relatively short and the technology is well-understood.

REQUIREMENTS ARE WELL-DEFINED

Waterfall model is the best choice for those who do not plan to change requirements a lot after the development has begun.

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EASIER TO MANAGE DIRECTLY

Each phase has specific deliverables and a review process and as the result, it is more attractive to those who want to manage directly.

KEY BENEFITS

SMART TOOLS WE USE FOR PROJECT DELIVERY

Our teams use a range of smart project delivery tools. Each is designed to fit seamlessly with your team.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

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    JIRA
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    Redmine
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    5PM
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    Basecamp

COMMUNICATION TOOLS

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    Slack
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    Mattermost
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    Skype
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    Zoom

VERSIONS CONTROL

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    Git (Bitbucket, Github, Gogs, GitLab)
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    SVN
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    Mercurial

CONTINUOUS INTEGRATION

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    Jenkins
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    Capistrano
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    Atlassian Bamboo

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