Human Resource Management System
CHEQUE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Assets & Inventory Management System
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The first step in the traditional software development process is to identify business requirements as well as the scope of the release. It encompasses those tasks that go into determining the needs or conditions to meet for a new or altered product, taking account of the possibly conflicting requirements of the various stakeholders, such as beneficiaries or users.
System Architecture and Design
The goal of the architecture and design phase is to try to identify an architecture that has a good chance of working. The architecture is often defined using free-form diagrams which explore the technical infrastructure, and the major business entities and their relationships. The design is derived in a modeling session, in which issues are explored, until the team is satisfied that they understand what needs to be delivered.
The development phase produces code in an environment that is specific to the culture of the development team and the skills of the individuals. In large projects the tasks are structured and distributed to teams. In small projects, or within smaller teams, the tasks are distributed according to team culture and skills. Development continues until goals or milestones are reached.