The word has multiple definitions and takes on different forms as it is thrown around a lot in various in fields. For us it is "that which makes you happy, satisfied and more"
With the rate at which software companies are rising across the country – new firms posing as threats to well-established ones and then being run out of the market on various grounds – we decided that marking a mark on the market is not an easy joke. Quality is a factor that we give a great deal of importance to, because ultimately we feel that it is a measure of our efficiency.
Right from the processes that we follow to the products we deliver, we ensure that the essence of quality is maintained. There can be no apt definition of the word “quality” in the English language and attempting to do so would unconsciously invoke the use of the word itself. Therefore, we choose to go by the universal definition yielding the words “superiority” and “the best in the business”. The people we choose as part of our team, the facility we inhabit, the processes we carry forward and the deliverables – we promise that everything would be high-quality.
This leads us to the question of how we define quality.
Sticking to deadlines
We analyze the feasibility of a project with respect to the deadlines. As a rule, we do not handle projects which we know to be impossible within specified deadlines. We believe that delivering on time would be the best way to maintain a good relationship with the clients.
Communication is the key
Whether it is a clarification, update or an issue, we make it a point to relay the information to our clients. In our experience, we found that keeping clients in the loop expedites our iterative development process while improving client relations and earning their trust.
Defining the requirements
We believe in efficient use of time – understanding the requirements and immediately implementing them in the project solution. The iterative process that goes into the creation of the solution ensures that not only are the requirements thoroughly defined but also they are met.
Growing business, fluctuating business needs and the changing market trends necessitates the structuring of a software solution with room for addition of components and provision for a flexible design.
The incorporation of user-centricity demands the creation of a software solution that not only performs its desired functions but also enables the user to use it with ease. An intuitive and graphically-friendly interface could be a major selling point of a software solution.
Technical documents and user manuals are important documents that form a major part of the deliverables of the project.