Ebizon has designed its service offerings to deliver value to its clients within each stage of a company's growth: Start-up, Emerging and Established. Ebizon's unique services offering structure based of agile model keeps the customer in loop of the development and is designed to increase product quality while dramatically reducing timelines and operating costs (often by more than 60%) within your stage.
Within each service offering, Ebizon offers full life cycle development from conceptualization and realization, to porting and independent verification and testing. Our clients can partner with Ebizon for whatever combination of lifecycle capabilities is needed.
Quality is the driving force behind Ebizon Net Info. It is through our commitment to Quality that we ensure client satisfaction. We make no compromises on that aspect. Our well defined process puts weight on Quality Assurance, Quality Checking and Quality Reviewing which is backed by our wide-ranging project execution experience.
Ebizon follows scrum based approach in each project cycle. At the beginning and end of each sprint team's meeting with stakeholders is initiated.
The stated, accepted philosophy for systems development is that the development process is a well understood approach that can be planned, estimated, and successfully completed. This has proven incorrect in practice. SCRUM assumes that the systems development process is an unpredictable, complicated process that can only be roughly described as an overall progression. SCRUM defines the systems development process as a loose set of activities that combines known, workable tools and techniques with the best that a development team can devise to build systems. Since these activities are loose, controls to manage the process and inherent risk are used. SCRUM is an enhancement of the commonly used iterative/incremental object-oriented development cycle.
Scrum approach has 4 steps:
Planning phase involves definition of the delivery date and functionality of one or more releases.
2) Architecture/High Level Design
In this phase, first we refine system architecture to support new context and requirements. Then identify any problems or issues in developing or implementing the changes. These changes are then reassigned as required.
3) Development (Sprint)
When the management team feels that the variables of time, competition, requirements, cost, and quality concur for a new release to occur, they declare the release “closed” and enter this phase. This phase prepares the developed product for general release. Integration, system test, user documentation, training material preparation, and marketing material preparation are among closure tasks.
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