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Our software development process is divided into several logical stages that allow us to organize our work efficiently in order to build a software product of the required functionality within a specific time frame and budget. Our professional software development teams have an opportunity for thorough planning to eliminate unnecessary risks or reduce them to the minimum.

A typical software development lifecycle comprises the following stages:

Requirements gathering
Documentation of the development
Designing the software
Implementing the software
Testing the software solution
Deployment of the solution
Maintenance of the product

Our software development teams, taking into account their goals and the scale of a particular project, have a number of well-established software development models to choose from. Therefore, each software development project is adopted with the best-suited model, which facilitates the software development process and boosts the productivity of our team members.

The most commonly used software development models for the development process are:

Waterfall Model: This model is suitable for small and relatively easy software projects. Development companies working according to this model complete each stage in consecutive order and review its results before proceeding to another stage, which renders the waterfall model inflexible and unsuitable for complex long-term software projects.
   
Spiral Model: The essence of this model lies in the underscored importance of a risk-analysis during the development process. The spiral model presupposes that each stage of the classical waterfall model is divided into several iterations and each of the iteration undergoes planning and risk analysis. As a result this model allows a software company to produce working software after each iterative stage, while evaluating the risks on an ongoing basis. However, adopting the spiral model may result in relatively higher costs.
   
V-Shaped Model: This model is similar to the waterfall model, although the main emphasis is placed on the verification stage and testing, which overlap all the other stages of the software development life cycle. Tests are planed starting from the documentation stage itself, then throughout integration & coding and after the actual implementation of a software product testing itself is initiated. Therefore, the V-shape is formed due to the upward direction of testing, i.e. execution of test.
   
Iterative Model: This model allows a software development company to spot and mend problems at the earlier stages of the software development life cycle, which makes the development process more flexible. This aim is achieved by breaking down the whole lifecycle into several iterations, thus handling the process in smaller chunks. The iterative model could allow creating the initial version of a software product straight after the first iteration.
   
Agile Development: This development model adopts the iterative model as a baseline, while putting an emphasis on the human factor, which is achieved by software team feedbacks throughout the ongoing development process. Changes are welcome even in the later stages of the development and this has gained popularity lately.
 

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TechFeat Model: At TechFeat Consulting we follow a situational style model in our software projects. Adopting the best from all the above models we strive to deliver the best to our customers which will have a mix and match approach. Though we have a basic framework of our development model, we pick and choose custom delivery approach that gives us an edge over others.
 

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