Software planning saves time and money

With software projects, good planning and a stable software architecture can often save you weeks or even months of work.

Our planning includes analysis, software design, and documentation in the form of a specification sheet. The aim of the analysis is to identify the current state and target state: environment, user groups, interactions, etc. As part of the software design process, we develop the structure of the target program. This includes a visualization of the user interface and creation of software architecture using UML.

User friendliness ensures efficiency and satisfaction

A user-friendly program is the kind of program whose use is intuitive, which presupposes a meticulously planned user interface. Highlighted features make user elements more recognizable, thus making the program simpler to learn and use.

Comprehensive protection against user error also ensures better user friendliness. And a detailed user manual is equally important so that even computer novices can easily learn how to use the program.

Portability gives your program wings

A high level of portability is advantageous when a program is to be transferred onto another computer, another operating system, or another programming language.

For this reason, analysis and design are best done independently of the programming language. Portability is increased if  programming is done using a widely used language that is found on many computers and operating systems. Another factor contributing to portability is if the programming language meets a standard such as ANSI or ISO.

Here, too, our well-designed documentation comes in handy, since porting can involve compatibility issues that are more easily fixed with clear documentation.

Documentation is the be-all and end-all of good programmability

Our documentation is created on multiple levels of the software development process, and is thus intended for a diverse range of target groups. The various documentations include a definition of requirements, data dictionary, analysis, development and implementation documents, test and error protocols, and program description. End users will be interested only in the program description so that they can make proper use of the program. All other documentation is prepared for the development team and the client.