Working Methodology

Intellisoft Solutions has gained expertise in delivering not only quick turnaround software projects but also large-scale software solutions. In Requirement doing so, our delivery methodology has evolved incorporating the best-of Analysis breed tools and techniques. Experience ranging from legacy systems to stateof-the-art object oriented systems as well as from highly integrated enterprise applications to consumer oriented internet applications has given us the unique ability to evaluate and select the best tools and technology.

Functional Specifications Intellisoft Solutions’ process follows a use case driven architecture-centric process. This process is iterative and incremental in nature.

A use case is a piece of functionality in the system that gives a particular user.

Application of the system (actor) a result of some value. Use cases are used to capture Design functional requirements. In the context of software life cycle use-case driven means, that the use cases are used as a primary artifact for establishing the desired behavior of the system and for communicating this behavior among the stakeholders of the system. It also means that use cases are the primary input to the analysis, design and validation of the systems architecture.

Software Development Architecture-centric means, that the systems architecture is used as a primary artifact for conceptualizing, constructing, managing and evolving the system under development.

The iterative process involves managing a number of releases rather than one Assurance big release at the end of the project. Incremental refers to the fact that each release will add new features to the previous release.

Requirement Analysis:

Support Acceptance Intellisoft Solutions team provides comprehensive set of features after Testing conducting a detailed analysis of client’s requirements. Activities include Identify actors and use cases and prioritize the use cases.

Functional Specifications:

Detailed specifications of the system are developed during this stage. The use cases identified in the requirement analysis phase are fleshed out by detailing the normal, alternate and exceptional flow of use cases and accompanied by the GUIs associated with the use cases, if any. Activities include Detail a use-case, Prototype user interface and Architectural Analysis and Design.

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