Building Next-Gen Software Solutions

Design Mobile Apps Based on Business Strategy

Are you looking for a development partner that can enhance your team’s knowledge and help you implement software solutions that serve your business. We provide a full spectrum of development services, including core business applications and back-office IT solutions which help give our clients the competitive advantage. Our software engineering process collects and translates business requirements into innovative technical solutions through custom software development.

  • ­Bespoke/Custom Software Development
  • ­White Label Software Development
  • ­Software Testing and Quality Assurance.

We cater to clients across the industries and different sizes right from SMEs to large corporate houses. Our relationship with our clients is built on mutual trust, respect and benefit. In order to deliver a fully qualified software development service, we adhere to key principles and processes to guarantee delivery of the highest quality and ensuring maximum customer satisfaction.

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Our App Design Process

We’ll deliver your software project quickly, efficiently and on-budget using our field-proven, agile processes


The reason many software development projects fail is due to poor planning. Without it, you run the risk of delays, errors, and costs. When we build software, we leave nothing to chance. We don’t assume; we ask, understand and articulate into an exact plan. The tangibility of this plan is the prototype (the visualization of the plan) and the functional spec (the written blueprint). Both ensure that you’re getting exactly what you expected and agreed to.

To solve these problems and to avoid functionality gaps, additional cost, and disappointment, for each development project we work on we create a functioning model – prototype – of the new application. Even the most creative among us can struggle to visualize what software will look like and how it will function from a piece of paper. With the prototype, you won’t have to. Everything is covered and nothing left to assumption.


Agile software design is a term used to describe approaches to software design emphasizing incremental delivery, team collaboration, continual planning, and continual learning, instead of trying to deliver it all at once near the end. The Agile design process involves multiple stages: Understand, Research, Sketch, Design, Prototype, Test, Refine. In this process, our goal is not to create a deliverable but to improve the design in each iteration

The agile design process allows us to use iterative as well as an incremental approach to deliver the most appropriate design for your software project. Iterations help us to make faster design improvements and get quick feedback from you, the client..


Agile Software Development focuses on keeping the process lean and creating minimum viable products (MVPs) that go through a number of iterations before anything is final. Feedback is gathered and implemented continually and in all, it is a much more dynamic process where both the developer and the client are constantly working together towards one goal.

Beacuase there is a continuous level of collaboration between all parties involves throughout the entire project including the iteration planning, review sessions, and new feature builds in the software, the team has a better understanding of what is most important for the client’s business and can deliver features that give the most value to the business.


Agile methodology is a practice that promotes continuous iteration of development and testing throughout the software development lifecycle of the project. Both development and testing activities are concurrent. Agile testing is a continuous process rather than being sequential. The testing begins at the start of the project and there is ongoing integration between testing and development. The common objective of agile development and testing is to achieve a high product quality.

Since testing is infused throughout the development process, out testers become involved in testing at the component and API level, as well as at the end-to-end and feature level. They will also be testing those nonfunctional requirements teams sometimes refer to as the “ilities”: security, reliability, maintainability, scalability, usability, and so on.


After months of planning and preparation, the go-live date is finally here. Software Go-Live is always a big event for any software product. We absolutely make sure that everything works and that we are releasing quality software to the users. Our project team will not wait until the go-live phase of the project to start thinking about deploying the system. Go live considerations start weeks, if not months, before the actual go-live.

There are a number of items on our go live readiness plan to consider when determining if the software is ready to go live. Most importantly, we will start by making sure that all User Acceptance Testing (UAT) items have been closed or addressed. This includes making sure that all defects that have been logged and updated in the test environment and there is a solid migration plan to production.