Software planning - we plan your software from A to Z

Software planning saves time and money

In software projects, weeks or months can often be saved by good planning and a stable software architecture.

Our planning includes an analysis, the draft of the product ("software design") as well as the documentation in the form of a specification ("functional specification"). The analysis highlights the actual and target state, such as environment, user groups, or interactions. With the software design, the structure of the target program is worked out. The user interface is visualized and the software architecture is designed with UML.

User-friendliness ensures efficiency and satisfaction

A user-friendly program is characterized by being intuitively operable. This requires a very carefully planned user interface. Highlighted features improve the recognizability of controls, which benefits the learnability of use.

Comprehensive safeguards against user error also provide usability gains. And, of course, detailed documentation is important to enable even users inexperienced with computers to operate the program.

Portability gives your program wings

A high degree of portability is advantageous if the system is to be transferred to another computer, another operating system or another programming language.

A language-independent modeling for the analysis and the design is therefore ideal. If programming is done in a programming language that is widely used and therefore exists on many operating systems and computers, this improves portability. Likewise, it is favorable for portability if the programming language conforms to a standard such as ANSI or ISO.

In this aspect our good documentation is also advantageous, since it porting can lead to adjustment difficulties, which can be better eliminated with clear evidence.

Documentation the Alpha and Omega of good programming work

Documentation is performed at many levels of software development, and is therefore also intended for different stakeholders. Such documentation includes the requirements definition, data dictionary, analysis, development and implementation documentation, the test and error logs, and the program description. The end user is only interested in the program description so that they can operate the software properly. All other documentation is claimed by the development team and the client.