SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT

Omertex will help your business to gain benefits from modern technologies and to get a competitive edge by introducing custom-built software solutions. Our developers deliver a wide range of customised software services, and we actively try to offer solutions that match your specific business needs.

How We Work

Analysis
Step 1
Analysis

An analysis of the completeness and the quality of requirements of a project play a key role in its lifecycle. The software requirements should be gathered and well documented with a sufficient level of detail for initial system design. Within this stage the high-level functional requirements are collected and then analysed to remove any major ambiguities and contradictions. The expected deliverables of this phase are simple descriptions of use cases, user stories or process specifications.

Planning
Step 2
Planning

At Omertex we use the Agile methodology that do not directly infer long-term planning. For this, we create a prioritised features’ list (product backlog) based on the results of the analysis stage, and then we break it into small iterations with minimal planning. Each iteration is a short time period that usually doesn't last longer than two-three weeks. At the end of every iteration, the working product is demonstrated to the client and this is the primary measure of progress. This approach reduces the risks to the business’ viability and allows it to adapt to changes very quickly.

Developing & Testing
Step 3
Developing & Testing

Analysis and planning the deliverables helps the product team define a prioritised features’ list quickly, and to break it into short time iterations. To ensure progress we use such Agile practices as: daily meetings, everyday code commits and regular internal and client showcases. Specific tools and techniques such as continuous integration, automated unit testing, test-driven development and weekly code reviewing are used to improve quality and enhance project agility. The QA team works closely with development during each iteration to eliminate critical and major regression of the product.

Release
Step 4
Release

Once the development team has released a stable version, it's time to focus on preparing the product for deployment. This process includes several activities such as writing the installation guide, updating and finalising the technical documentation and user guides, verifying the project settings and final testing in the production environment. Omertex offer a guarantee period of at least six months, which is very important for custom-built solutions as well as further maintenance and consultation after the warranty expiration.

How We Work
Analysis
Step 1
Analysis

An analysis of the completeness and the quality of requirements of a project play a key role in its lifecycle. The software requirements should be gathered and well documented with a sufficient level of detail for initial system design. Within this stage the high-level functional requirements are collected and then analysed to remove any major ambiguities and contradictions. The expected deliverables of this phase are simple descriptions of use cases, user stories or process specifications.

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Planning
Step 2
Planning

At Omertex we use the Agile methodology that do not directly infer long-term planning. For this, we create a prioritised features’ list (product backlog) based on the results of the analysis stage, and then we break it into small iterations with minimal planning. Each iteration is a short time period that usually doesn't last longer than two-three weeks. At the end of every iteration, the working product is demonstrated to the client and this is the primary measure of progress. This approach reduces the risks to the business’ viability and allows it to adapt to changes very quickly.

Read more >>
Developing & Testing
Step 3
Developing & Testing

Analysis and planning the deliverables helps the product team define a prioritised features’ list quickly, and to break it into short time iterations. To ensure progress we use such Agile practices as: daily meetings, everyday code commits and regular internal and client showcases. Specific tools and techniques such as continuous integration, automated unit testing, test-driven development and weekly code reviewing are used to improve quality and enhance project agility. The QA team works closely with development during each iteration to eliminate critical and major regression of the product.

Read more >>
Release
Step 4
Release

Once the development team has released a stable version, it's time to focus on preparing the product for deployment. This process includes several activities such as writing the installation guide, updating and finalising the technical documentation and user guides, verifying the project settings and final testing in the production environment. Omertex offer a guarantee period of at least six months, which is very important for custom-built solutions as well as further maintenance and consultation after the warranty expiration.

Read more >>
Software Development