Development Methodology

Two prominent models followed by us are Waterfall Model and Agile Model.

WATERFALL MODEL:

Ardor Technology Solutions follows Waterfall life cycle model which emphasizes sequential development and accentuates on a phase-by-phase progress. E.g. Requirement analysis followed by design, followed by code, etc. with established milestones, documents, and then, reviews at the end of each phase. There are no overlaps of phases in this model. Also, the entire scope of the project is addressed at each phase.

WE STRICTLY FOLLOW THE BELOW GUIDELINES IN WATERFALL DEVELOPMENT MODEL:

✽ Review and Baseline the requirement document before the design phase.
✽ Review and Baseline the design document before the coding phase.
✽ Review and Baseline the code before the Testing phase.
✽ Review and Baseline the Test Plans before the testing phase.

AGILE MODEL:

Agile Modeling (AM) is a practice-based methodology for effective modeling and documentation of software-based systems. Agile Modeling (AM) is a collection of values, principles, and practices for modeling software that can be applied on a software development project in an effective and light-weight manner.

ARDOR TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS ADHERES TO THE FOLLOWING PRINCIPLES OF THE AGILE MODEL (AM):

✽ First and foremost: Satisfy the customer — Deliver valuable, working software early and frequently
✽ Measure progress primarily by functionality and performance levels of software
✽ Depute self-organizing team of motivated individuals
✽ Have business people and developers work together daily
Welcome change requirements
✽ Communicate using face-to-face conversation
✽ Avoid non-essential work
✽ Maintain a sustainable pace of development

ATTEND TO GOOD DESIGN CONTINUOUSLY:

 agile Development Methodology

MAINTENANCE AND STAFFING MODEL:

Ardor Technology Solutions follows international-standard Maintenance Model and Staffing Model. Our unique and productivity-enhancing Maintenance/Staffing Model enables seamless development process and hampers-down technical havocs or organizational lapses, if any.

staffing Development Methodology