Development Methodology

CodeCrab Studio’s development methodology promotes a result-driven interactive approach and guarantees better customer service with regards to quality, cost and customer’s strategic goals, without compromising on any of these factors.

At CodeCrab Studios, we follow a result-driven methodology that ensures better services and customer satisfaction in terms of cost, product quality and customers’ business goals.

 

Thorough Requirement Analysis


We believe the final product is a reflection of understanding of the client’s needs, and work skills and processes used. Since we already have the best of talent and processes in place, we give more emphasis on knowing clients’ needs clearly before starting a project. We ask our clients to explicitly define their business and product vision, and functional specifications, so that there is no room left for any sort of misunderstanding.

 

Strong Project Management


From defining the requirement specifications with clients to delivering the final product, our project managers remain constantly involved throughout the project development process, and are the individuals whom clients can approach in need. On routine basis, they do project planning, define risks, manage team members and keep clients informed about the on-going progress. At CodeCrab Studios, each project runs under the observance of Chief Technical Officer.

 

Refined Development Process


At CodeCrab Studios, we give each stage of Software Development Life Cycle, efforts and time that it deserves. This enables us to emit redundant complexities, helps in reducing the overall budget, and builds a final output that exceeds the client’s expectations. We follow industry best practices such as Rational Unified Process (RUP) and Agile Methodology in our development process.

 

Constant Quality Monitoring


CodeCrab Studios has a dedicated team of quality analysts, flexible to cater the needs of different size and kind of projects. Our QAs operate with proven defect tracking systems, without interrupting the development process.