Complex Software Development projects require complete management and effective consumption of resources, management of risks, precise budget and time management. The use of apt technologies and scheduled feature development helps to meet the present market requirements. Risk is the prima facie of any project; handling risk is easier with Misha Infotech. Misha offers an iterative methodology specifically designed for the software development. The significant question to be answered while starting any product development are: What is the actual need for this product in the market? The actual response to this question is the business need of the product that runs through the complete life cycle.
These four facets constitute the project plan and determines its features during the software development. Traditional Waterfall Life Cycle model, the four phases of the project plan is followed strictly in a sequential order. Too much time is spent in defining and analyzing the actual need and in designing of the targeted system prior to writing the code. Waterfall Life Cycle is unable to handle any kind of alteration in the designs or requirements. Rather a false separation is created between the business analysts, architects, designers and programmers. Such separation leads to the miscommunication risk and deviation between the goals of the business and software product apparition and implementation.
While using the Iterative Life cycle model, complete integration of four facets in the development of software products is made to meet the entire process of business needs. Evolution of codes leads to consistent polishing of requirement and designs. The development of a project plan is arranged in small releases and authorizes consistent integration of all the components of codes, incremental builds and timely confirmation of polished requirement and designs. By following this procedure product ownership is shared among the business analysts, architects, designers, programmers and testers. Such ownership sharing reduces the miscommunication risks and deviation. Consistent modification and amalgamation is enabled to prevent from repulsive actions before the date of delivery.