METHODOLOGIES WE FOLLOW
AIT employs Agile project management tools to help enterprises adopt the iterative approach for a faster product development culture. The agile principles today have left behind, the traditional project management methods and are considered as best practices for the software industry. Throughout the product development lifecycle, the agile development methodology provides both the developers and clients to assess the direction of the project. It’s not a process, but a philosophy that is quality-driven and is executed for the sustenance of a project in the long term.
Srum Methodology is a project management concept that constitutes a basic component of the Agile Framework.
AIT uses scrum methodology that relies upon an incremental development of an application. This is maintained through regular corrections and transparent upgrades. With this practice, the team involved is able to communicate and collaborate with the clients on regular basis and have the flexibility to adapt with to the ongoing business realities
Waterfall Development Methodology is a sequential and linear process which is best utilized when the project requirements are defined accurately and thoroughly. It is a stage by stage approach of product development. AIT uses this methodology for clients who prefer one-time project delivery.
AIT team first analyses and then determines the project requirement and needs before plunging into development. The latter phases include design, technology use, code implementation, testing solutions, execution, evaluation and maintenance.