DEVELOPMENT PROCESS: ALWAYS IN CONTROL
Ropardo development processes are customer-focused, meaning we keep a close interaction with you
and key communication between the various people involved in the project. We use custom approaches per project and customer.
Keep IT simple
To ensure successful project, ROPARDO practices Agile-driven software development. Years of applying SCRUM have led to the conclusion that it is a proven solution to:
- gain fine control on particular activities such as business modeling, design, and architecture;
- release some benefits earlier as the product is still being developed;
- enjoy speed-to-market;
- integrate testing throughout the lifecycle, enabling regular inspection and adjustments;
- involve the user in the development process which provides excellent visibility for key stakeholders;
- manage risks, making it easy to respond to change;
- control costs;
- create much better business engagement and customer satisfaction;
- allow agile development requirements to emerge and evolve.
One important aspect of our processes is that all phases are supported by IT infrastructure, meaning we are in control of the process.
A project will be as successful as the project manager is committed to be.
Our experienced project managers have managed projects and they have the knowledge needed to create realistic plans for any software development project (estimation of effort and time) and to execute the plan with the right output in terms of productivity and quality.
We pursue more important phases and we have the documentation needed for each of them:
- Project planning
- Risk management plan
- Quality assurance plan
- Test plan
- Training plan
- Interaction management
- Minutes of the meetings with customers and internals
- Change management
- Change request
- Impact analysis
- Requirement management
- Review management
- Peer review
- Project status report
Ropardo is aware of the importance of having a special working protocol and a suitable communication methodology in order to succeed in:
- prompt communication in order to minimize communication gaps
- significant communication – understanding the most important necessities of the customer and searching for an effective time solution
- active communication which requires considering some demands as:
- regular updates of the product and information of the customer upon the status of the project
- establishment of a communication instrument in order to document and follow up the problems appeared on both sides and solve them in time
- determination of possible ways for quality and efficiency improvement, facility in product’s utilization