Rapidsoft expertise extends managing the entire lifecycle of your product. An application lifecycle is lot broader than the software development lifecycle (SDLC). An application’s lifecycle includes the entire time during which an organization is spending money on this asset, from the initial idea to the end of the application’s life. To be both accurate and useful, application lifecycle management encompasses management of life of an application to its eventual death in a better application or end of its usefulness
Application lifecycle management consists of the following stages: identifying, designing, developing, testing, deploying, and managing software. Each phase of lifecycle software management consists of more detailed sub-components. For example, during the designing phase, it’s not uncommon for business analysts to work closely with both business and developers to hash out requirements. Software product lifecycle management strives to increase productivity by capturing excellent requirements, reducing time on software development, and getting the product in the marketplace as soon as possible. The three areas to consider when looking at a software lifecycle manager application are the following:
Application Life Cycle Management
Capturing clear and concise business requirements is essential to IT lifecycle management software. Requirements consist of information, including technical and design specifications; business objectives; and customers' needs. Poor requirements are one of the main reasons why software projects fail. Using a software life cycle management application will help you make your projects successful.
Software Lifecycle Management (SLM) applications provide an organized way to create, test and release a software title. SLM applications can perform a variety of functions, including scheduling of each stage of production and organizing information that shows all of the possible risks in releasing the software. A standard SLM application will also see a software title through the initial release and subsequent releases for updates and additions to the original program.
We use many software lifecycle management solutions that helps our software development go smoother. The use of these Software Development tools helps us to prioritize software requirements. This is especially valuable for large enterprise projects because our team can manage backlogs, track dependencies, and schedule requirements.
Project management is a very critical component to software lifecycle management (SLM). Project management ensures that projects are being completed on time and within budget. We deploy a leading edge software lifecycle management (SLM) application that keeps track of information, including the project's phases, costs associated with tasks and resources, milestones, and other data. The use of suitable software product lifecycle management tool ensures us to achieve top class results.
Tracking a project's releases is important in lifecycle software management. One needs to know which software version you're developing. One also needs to know what version the users are using. Keeping track of releases helps us to manage software functions that need to be developed and accurately. We can track significant factors such as deployment time, post implementation, future analysis, and more.
Rapidsoft Systems offers full Lifecycle Application Development services such as requirements analysis, application definition, application design and implementation, pilot system design, testing, data migration, multi-system support, User training and managing on-site new system rollout services. Our matured Quality Management System and IPs with the help of our subject matter experts, experienced architects, and project team creates a solid foundation for delivering world class Application Development Lifecycle services.
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With over 350+ software projects executed, you can simply count on our expertise, experience in giving you the right solution at absolutely lowest possible cost. If you would like more information, or want us to submit an estimate or a "no-obligation" quote for your project, contact us for more information.