Shilp Infotech has always carefully chosen the right software development strategies based on the various aspects like project requirements, budget, timeframe and complexity Every project developed; adhere to one of the following software development methodologies

  • Agile - Scrum
  • Agile – Extreme programming
  • Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)
  • Waterfall
  • Spiral
  • Rational Unified Process (RUP)

Besides these methodologies Shilp Infotech have adopted Intensive Coding as Development Methodology as we feel that it can positively and significantly impact our processes and the delivery of services. The methodology is designed to clearly understand the client requirements and deliver the software within expected time frame.

  • Understanding Client's Requirements orally or in a written form
  •  Document a technical specification based on Clients' Requirement
  •  Get the Approval of technical specification documented from the client
  •  Pick the right technology for the System under development
  •  Prototyping to show the look and feel for the System to the client and Get the Approval
  •  Development Team Programs the System
  •  Testing Professionals perform Intensive Testing of the System
  •  Quality Assurance is carried out at all times during System Development Phase
  •  Release System developed, for User Acceptance Testing
  •  Iterate through development phase and testing phase until Client is satisfied with the operation of System
  •  Deliver the complete System to the Client

At any stage of Intensive Coding Life Cycle clients' feedback and suggestion becomes a priority and results into immediate attention

The Intensive Coding Life Cycle Model emphasis the following:

  •  Continuous communication with the clients
  •  Keep the design simple and clean
  •  Get feedback by testing the software at every stage of development

We are confident that Shilp InfoTech can become your support to do all the necessary work for you. For creating final most ready to deliver solution is you supplying us with the requirement specifications.