The process usually starts with getting know-how of customer business processes and existing systems, understanding customer needs, expectations, constraints, and elicitation of requirements.
Next, we remove requirement conflicts, and we address issues and concerns to develop a clear understanding of customer requirements.
These requirements are then used to define the functionality of proposed system and to determine what the systems are intended to do.
System functionality and architecture is documented, and after reviewing internally, communicated to customer for the purpose of validation.
We can evaluate five aspects of a program with these criteria categories:
• Information in the program
• Career development process
• User interaction
• Technical aspects of the software and materials
• Support solutions
We plan and help you figure out what design works the best for you.
Once we agree on a design, we need to consider which equipment and/or software needs to be added into the design in order for things to flow properly.
The the most suitable products are evaluated, selected, and finally tested to ensure that they meet the system requirements.