Most projects include planning, analysis, design, implementation and maintenance stages.
During the planning stage, organisations identify the software development needs and objectives of the project, including budget, timelines and scope. During the analysis phase, developers work with stakeholders to define and document the functional requirements of the software application.
In the design phase, developers create a detailed software design based on the requirements gathered in the analysis phase. The implementation phase involves coding and testing the software application, followed by user acceptance testing and deployment.
Finally, in the maintenance phase, developers provide ongoing support and maintenance for the software application, including bug fixes, security updates, performance enhancements and new features that reflect changes in the organisation environment.
Because CSD projects can literally be of any size, each project is very unique. There is no one-size-fits-all approach. Rest assured that Tegonal will work with you to find the best approach and will always be ready to adapt to your situation.