Mobile Application Methodology

Concept and Analysis: Initially Our Business Analyst gathers the requirements, defines business use cases, understand the Target Audience and then have a quick meet up with Technical Architect and Design Team head to collaborate in order to understand and create a prototype to evaluate the pain points.

This Approach helps in improving the design experience for real target users

Design and Prototyping: Design team puts together all the paper wireframes, design a user interface template, Build Click through prototypes, do a usability analysis and then signoff.

Application Development: Our key practice is defining a mobile app's functional design into various components; analyze the technical issues that affect the solution; and prioritize decisions to build a solution. Etisbew Mobile solutions are built on such architecture for both mobile apps and server components.

We create the mobile app solution in Sprints. Each Sprint is completed within fixed time period, Sprints are then reviewed and tested to integrate and run from a cloud environment. Perform end-to-end regression testing and then go live to production.

Platform Integration: We will integrate the app with necessary backend platforms like Customer relationship management (CRM), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) or any other operation systems and databases through web services or middleware based on the business requirements of the app.

QA and Testing: Test cases are pre-defined and then code is developed to pass the tests thus improving productivity. We use Bug reporting tools to capture defects at every stage of development that generates the bug report displaying information making it easy to get detailed information to the developer.

Release: Once the testing gets done it will be ready for release for user acceptance testing, project acceptance and then publish it live.

Support: Once the product is released we will provide continuous support services thereby ensuring hassle free environment for our clients.

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