Our custom software development journey
Custom software development is not just a term. It’s a long process that involves a long journey consisting of various small yet critical steps. Have a look at the custom software development process we follow at Softobiz.
In this phase, our R&D and BA experts work closely with you and your stakeholders to make sure we plan exactly what you need and what the market demands. The idea here is to avoid unplanned costs and maximize the ROI in the long run.
Following are the things we?do during the discovery phase:
- Market and competitor analysis
- Feasibility study
- Proof of concept
- Finding new business and monetization models
- Developing a multi-platform strategy
- Creating security and scalability roadmap
- Choosing the right tech stack
- Business and technology innovation
Once we’ve done the competitor analysis, market analysis, feasibility study, and proof of concept for your idea and assigned a budget for it – we’ll begin creating a UX & UI design for it.
What do we do?
- User journey mapping
- Setting usability metrics
- Wireframing, mocking up, and prototyping
- Creating a lightning fast and pixel-perfect UI
To reduce cost and development time while creating your enterprise app, we merge both the development and the testing process. Here’s what we do during the phase:
- End-to-end manual testing like functional testing and integration & UI testing
- Automation framework for the web, mobile, and API testing
- DevOps powered continuous delivery
- Ensuring enterprise-grade information security
During our 12+ years journey as a boutique products development company, we have provided custom software development to clients belonging to various industry domains. Still, here are the types of custom software we most develop at Softobiz:
- Custom relationship management (CRM) software
- Healthcare Software
- Finance & Insurance apps
- Campaign Management solutions
- Webinar platforms
- API Integrations
"Team understood the requirements and built an amazing product. Highly Recommended."