iPowerFour gives high importance to the methods and processes in engaging with a customer for any software development. The approach we adapt is key to the success. Outsourcing is a key decision that any organization will take and should result in a long standing partnership. Identifying a right partner not only requires assessing the skill levels, competency, past experience, location, etc but also to identify the right engagement model. The objective of any engagement model would be to provide a virtual team while adjusting the level of commitment, level of control, investment required (both time and money) and the cost savings generated through offshore economics to optimum levels for the business.
Since every organization we engage with have unique requirements, we customize our engagement models as per their need to optimally deliver our services. Based on our years of experience we have defined engagement models that typically fit most organizations. However, we are quite flexible to modify or adapt to any new model that is beneficial to the client. Our ultimate goal is have clients see us as a virtual team with same level of commitment and control while deriving the benefits of offshore cost advantage.
Apart from engagement model it is also important that the potential customers look at our development processes, the technology and tools expertise we have and also learn how their existing requirements can be aligned with this. This is an attempt to show case what we have, but this can be refined during the on boarding of the engagement.
- We typically follow agile software development methodology with continuous integration using process workbench. However, we are flexible and will be able to adapt to any process as per client preference.
- With more than a decade of experience, we have realized that there are three key aspects about any successful team that differentiates from others.
- .NET 2.0/3.0/3.5
ASP.NET, VB.NET, C#.NET
WPF, WCF, VS2005/2008/2010, SP 2007/2010.
- Outsourcing is a key decision that any organization will take and should result in a long standing partnership. Identifying a right partner not only requires assessing the skill levels, competency, past experience, location, etc but also to identify the right engagement model.