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A software development methodology is a framework that is used to structure, plan, and control the process of developing an information system. A methodology of any project leaves greater impacts on its success. It improves the management and control of the software development process, structuring, productivity, and quality.

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Waterfall Model

We use one of the most optimistic approach for development which is the waterfall model. The waterfall model is identified as cost cutter model which ultimately helps to reduce the cost of project development. We use waterfall model with the purpose of reducing the cost which ultimately benefits our clients who get a quality solution at very low cost.

The initial two steps of waterfall model claim 20-40% time which is very crucial and the given time will ensure the accuracy of the project. 30-40% time elapse in the third step of coding which is also a fair amount of time for that particular step. While rest of the time goes for testing and implementation which generally do not require too much of time.

So all and all the time division for each step of project development is ideal and following waterfall model gives a push to get ideal project after development. One big reason to use the waterfall model in our project development is the next step shouldn`t be targetted until the previous step is properly done. So it helps to get accurate results every time.

The waterfall model itself is very flexible and it can be stretched by adding any required step between the given once or it could be shrunk as well by removing model step if not required. So overall flexibility of this model leads towards the accuracy and that is the most important and remarkable thing about this model while implemented in our project development.

Agile Model

We use an Agile Model in our project because it works like Umbrella and in this methodology clients, developers, and testers constantly interact with each other. Additionally, here face-to-face conversation is possible and it is the best form of communication. We do continuous attention to change the circumstances of the client’s requirements.

Agile Model is a collection of software development methodology which works on an iterative. And the incremental method creating the software from the very starting of the project development instead of creating all the software at once. We predefine each step and most possibly divide major steps into smaller ones and bifurcate into phases with time duration to accomplish each phase. If clients want to do any changes during the development period, we do that. Even we welcome late changes in requirements of the clients.

We use the Scrum development methodology as a part of the Agile process model. Meaning of scrum is that handle a mass of players and engaged with each other to get a project done. Scrum helps our team to move ahead rapidly via a series of iterations and manage the project to reveal the weakness and strengths of the project.

Agile Methodology helps to increase the chances of success because it maintains a focus on rapid delivery and this focus assists capable to reduce the overall risks associated with the project. Agile Methodology is a winning solution for everyone who involved in the process of software development and satisfy the client’s requirements.

Spiral Model

For large scale project development, we use the spiral model which works very fine for reducing the risk efficiently more likely for any big scale project. It is an ideal model to follow for the project for which risk evaluation is on highest priority. Even after the completion of the whole project, the possibility of adding new functionality always remains open.

This model is more useful especially when the clients are unsure about their requirment or they are demanding for any complex things to incorporate in the project. This model is also used while any significant requirement is needed to be implemented in the current project. So this is the model which is properly applicable for the large scale projects.

Projects which needs to be monitored are a perfect fit for using this model for them. For documentation oriented and control specific projects, the spiral model is excellent to follow. It is the flexible and effective model and we are using this model for handling large-scale projects to get perfect output every time. As the risk can be avoided efficiently with this model.

It is one the favorite development model of our developers because whenever they are working on big projects which needs exact results at that time this model helps to simplify the development task and also helps to deliver the accuracy that the client wants. Our developers are always having productive ideas to include in the project and the spiral model allows any change without any negative effect on the efficiency of working.

Iterative Model

To do parallel development, we use an iterative model in our project development process. With this methodology, we correct previous mistakes and bugs in repetitive manners and tests each phase frequently until we reach at the desired level of the quality. We can easily identify risks and resolve during the iteration.

In the iterative model, the iterative process starts with a simple implementation of a small set of the software requirements, which iteratively enhances the evolving versions until the complete system is implemented and ready to be deployed. Each statement of Iterative Model is developed in a specific and fixed time period, which is called iteration.

Iterative Model allows accessing previous phases so we make changes accordingly client’s requirements. The process of Iterative Model is cyclic that focus on a rigorous step-by-step process of development. In this process, once the initial planning is complete, some of the phases are repeated again and again, with the completion of each cycle incrementally improving and iterating on the software. In our mobile and web development projects, we involve iterative model along with other development methodologies.