The discovery session is the first thing you must perform when starting a new project. A discovery session is essentially a meeting between the project team and the client to learn about the client’s business, its goals, strategy, and how the operation process works, among other things. This is the process of gathering important project information in order to get a high-level knowledge of the project. In most situations, this is accomplished by obtaining responses to particular questions.
Internal review is an independent management function that involves a continuous and critical appraisal of an entity’s functioning in order to suggest improvements and add value to and strengthen the entity’s overall governance mechanism. To accomplish so, we enlist the help of key stakeholders who have driven similar projects, as well as some impartial but experienced individuals from other teams and elevate the project situation to a higher degree of satisfaction.
Idea Consultation & Strategy
A specialized software development team may gain clear insights into the project’s goal through good cooperation. The business vision and goals for what your END users should anticipate are stated in advance, along with a project management plan – from launch through delivery. And, based on our expertise, we can assure that this strategy significantly improves project efficiency, quality, and timeliness.
In addition to the key triangle of cost, time, and scope, the working model between the ‘client’ and the ‘agency’ is critical in balancing the former. That is why we have a clear and strong project execution approach that is at its heart highly agile, adaptable, and client-centric. However, before beginning any project, whether it is a basic website or a more complicated software development, it is critical that we employ the ‘right’ project execution approach. At Inletware, our developers are seasoned experts in Agile approach.
Project Review & User Feedback
Depending on the criticality and complexity of the project, this evaluation process takes place over a variety of time frames. The goal is to go through important deliverables, team alignment, and anything else that affects the timely and effective execution of the project. The goal of the evaluation is to assess “Completeness” and “Experience.” To do so, we involve the user also to take a look at the results and suggest where they lack on the satisfaction factor.