Quality assurance is the activity of providing evidence needed to establish confidence among all concerned, that quality-related activities are being performed effectively. It involves all those planned or systematic actions necessary to provide adequate confidence that a products or services will satisfy given requirements for quality.
To ensure highest quality work, we focus on consistent development/improvement in the following areas
Our focus is not just on software testing to achieve quality. We well understand that cause of fault is not just a bug (Poor Coding found in application leads to wrong processing) but can be attributed to an error (Undesirable deviation from requirements). So we equally focus on quality assurance so that quality is maintained at complete Software Development Life Cycle.
To cater this area We have strong team composed of Software Consultants, Software Architects, Database Developers and Administrators and Techno-Functional-Experts. So project can be well understood, analyzed, designed and implemented in best way right form the phase of gathering requirements to maintenance and foresighted for future scalability and enhancements.
Time management could refer to all of the practices that are followed to make better use of time. Though we can't manage time, so what we really manage is the activities during time, and defining outcomes and physical actions required is the core process required to manage them.
The strategy and the practices we follow for Time Management are written underneath.
We too understand that slippage in schedule is a hard fact of software development but our continuous effort for achieving both accuracy and precision has made us competent enough to be efficient and realistic to handle this issue. We know we have to get success not only once but to repeat it on majority projects.
Productivity is the amount of output created (in terms of services rendered) per unit input used.
We consider Operations Research to be most significant aspect for enhancing the productivity. We constantly monitor and analyze our work environment as well as conduct open surveys to define new methodologies that can enhance the productivity. We understand that Time is Money and so each second should be effectively used so as to have highest productivity.
Great IT managers know how to navigate tradeoffs. Just about anything is possible with infinite time, budget, and staff, but we all know those are unrealistic assumptions. With each project comes a series of opportunities to invest up front and increase the odds of success or go with a lower cost approach and hope for the best. Somewhere between these two end points is usually a pragmatic middle ground that gets projects done without breaking the bank.Cost competitiveness is critical for service companies to survive in today’s increasingly competitive and borderless world. Leading international companies have staged a massive turn around in operations driven by a reduction in direct material, variable conversion and quality costs by taking an integrated, cross-operational disciplines approach along the entire value chain. A few years ago, reduction in operating costs was ‘one’ of the many top management priorities. Today, however, it is ‘the’ top priority with over 20 per cent annual cost savings not being considered unusual. Such as the challenge when we undertake exercises in cost reduction.