Effective planning of a project, gathering requirements, building up teams and seeing the big picture is the most critical aspect of Software Development Lifecycle. Adriva’s expertise on project management especially where there is a lot of ambiguity and changing business needs will help customers to focus on their business rather than trying to solve diverse problems, saving time and resources.
In our time it’s extremely critical for a company to deliver a solution as quickly as possible to become competitive and retain its position. In this space it’s crucial to have a turn-key solution delivered on time without compromising the quality of the overall project. Also keeping up with the fast changing technology and trends is equally important and costly to ensure project and business continuity. Thanks to its professional in-house task-force, Adriva offers off-shore development services where Adriva manages the whole project end-to-end without compromising the quality and delivers a turn-key solution to its customers.
Without a question, the most expensive and challenging part of software development is the human resource and it may not be easy to build up a team as the projects grows permanently or temporarily, due to fluctuations in the market, changing business needs and finding the right person for the job. In this space, Adriva can help its customers by providing the right resources at the right time without any hassle and can adjust the size of the team seamlessly where customers get to work with the right people at all times.
To ensure success in the long run, it’s essential to ensure that the project meets the requirements of the market and new features are added without compromising the quality of the projects. Quality is not one single number that represents the grade of a solution but rather a set of measures. Quality management is an end-to-end process rather than a step in the whole SDLC. Adriva, having experts in Software Quality Management, can help its customers to efficiently identify problems and threats before delivery, embrace continuous integration and define metrics on a per-project basis to ensure the overall quality of the solution and effective allocation of resources.
How many time have you heard someone saying "It's working fine on test servers" or "I don't think there's a performance problem with the software" etc. Especially if you are building on the top of legacy code it's not easy to deliver while ensuring the pieces play nicely with each other. Also sometimes it's not easy to prioritize problems because of the snowball effect. That's why we have our own CSI team to help you with hard to identify problems that only happens in production :).