Provide an engaging experience to your users to increase customer satisfaction and in turn, increase sales by applying a user-centric design to your solutions. Building a user-centric design is done based on quality research, testing, and analysis. Solutions built and backed by real data have fewer issues with usability, have greater quality, and cost less in the long run. Get more targeted engagement with the right users: engaging with the right users leads to smoother customer journeys and more conversions. Computools will help you create your very own user-designed solutions.
Apply data visualization to increase the efficiency of decisions by getting the necessary information in an easy-to-read format. This way of processing huge amounts of data reduces costs compared to other methods. It is an accessible way to see and understand trends, outliers, and patterns in data.
Computools’s skills in building complex solutions has allowed for the development of precise strategies. Confidence comes from years of experience in meeting clients’ requirements. Balance performance, flexibility, and security by creating the architecture as a set of components and their integration. To increase the speed of delivery, Computools's specialists select ready-made components that can be integrated into the product.
Cloud Transformation Strategy
Cloud solutions help to transform and optimize your business through their beneficial capacities; availability with minimal latency anywhere in the world, high-speed scaling, reduction development costs by using cloud providers’ API and high-grade security provided by Amazon or Google. Implementing cloud solutions, reduce IT infrastructure support costs, giving you the ability to focus on core business tasks instead of infrastructure support. Computools is your guide in choosing the proper solution for overcoming possible complexities. Using AWS or GCP Cloud Provider Services, Computools develops custom cloud transformation strategies to meet your business goals.
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A Quality Assurance Strategy eliminates the loss of customers by improving user experience and avoiding technical issues. Computools provides key metrics so that you can track and improve your IT products.
Get a better conversion ratio along with stronger lead generation by enhancing customer engagement with a convincing and appealing user interface. An intuitive, interactive, and easy-to-use and well designed user interface reduces costs burdening customer support and increases brand loyalty and customer retention. Partner with Computools to increase organic lead generation, improve early-stage customer satisfaction, and minimize costs and resources with a user-centric product interface.
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Selection of basic architectural patterns and tools... keep readingsee more
Monolithic application or microservice architecture.
Vertical and horizontal scaling schemes that impose a number of requirements for further development.
Basic patterns of module writing.
Physical and logical placing schemes for key modules.
Critical external integrations.
Critical caches and queues, types of used data stores, such as relational or document-oriented databases.
Forming an application stack taking into account... keep readingsee more
Restrictions and ready-made solutions support.
The reliability of solutions based on vendor support and the platform’s expansion capabilities.
The speed at which the solution’s vendor closes security issues.
Cases of using open source solutions without vendor support issues (though there are additional risks with that, they can be solved by Computools’s team).
Threshold of entry and prevalence of the solution. Often it also influences the average cost of development.
The cost of the necessary infrastructure, which includes hosting and VPC prices, additional license costs, etc.
Development speed and quality while using the stack.
The number of tools available for development and debugging.
Forming working processes with Version Control System (VCS, git by default), Continuous Integration (CI, Jenkins by default), and workflow tests. This is usually done by adopting and adapting ready templates.
Forming the process and set of utilities for continuous delivery (CD, the default it is Docker and Kubernetes). Usually by adapting the ready templates for a particular case.
Forming the main development guidelines.
Forming and detailing high-level components.
Development of detailed specification requirements that cover all user stories with feature requirements and the restrictions imposed on them... keep readingsee more
Forming backlogs from raw user stories or cases. Stories can be detailed as part of the initial project specifications, but final detailing develops as a part of sprint planning.
A fully described story contains:
A detailed description.
Breakdown into the task - describing what needs to be done to implement the tasks by breaking the project down into workable classifications by professional industries.
An activity diagram from the BA perspective.
Business process flow from the BA perspective.
The specification is finalized during the entire project life cycle.
Development of a prototype in parallel with project specifications requirements.
Forming the “Definition of Done”.
Forming the development process in accordance with the identified requirements and interests of stakeholders... keep readingsee more
Scrum is used for the active development phase of projects both medium and large, and in some cases small projects when the client does not have a clear vision. It is also used during the active development phase in ready-made projects.
Kanban is used during the support and optimization phase of an already developed project.
Waterfall is used for small projects (up to 2-3 months) or blocks of functionality in ready-made projects with total clarity of purpose from the client and the team.
Calculating the number of project teams in cases where a project needs more than 15 team members.
Forming configuration... keep readingsee more
Discussing the necessary roles of team members. The list of roles and their main responsibilities are:
Product Owner: Forming of the high-level goals and objectives, providing the budget, management of project size and time, approving the task scope. This role is often performed on the client’s side.
Project Manager: Forming and control of the processes, control of agreements, management of the budget provided by the Product Owner, team coordination, reporting to and supporting the Product Owner, solving organizational issues, and risk management.
Business Analyst: Detailing the goals provided by the Product Owner, development of the requirements, project analysis, analysis of competitors' technical solutions, consultations with the Product Owner, development of project documentation, management of the project scope, is required to give explanations to the team.
Architect: Development of the technical solutions based on the problem posed by a business analyst, development of system architecture, high-level decomposition, stack choice, ready-made solutions and basic tool choice, analysis of the system’s technical components, technical risk management, as well as technical consultations with the Product Owner, Business Analyst, and Team Lead(s).
UX Designer: Development of user experience interfaces, user experience analysis, prototyping, arrangement of UX test plans, and development of basic UI requirements.
UI Designer: Development of style guide, development of the UI toolkit, page wireframe detailing, development of animations and adaptive views.
Team Lead: Configuration of development processes, coordination of the development team, technical decomposition, task distribution, code review, solving of complex and difficult situations during development, and the development of key system components.
Implementation of development tasks which includes: the writing of Unit and integration tests as well as working with documentation.
DevOps: Configuration of used tools, configuration of all environment types (including production), creation of CI and CD flow, ensure the security of demo and production environments, support testing processes (includes automated testing), platform work control and monitoring, as well as configuration of third-party systems.
QA Lead: Testing process configuration, verification of build quality before uploading to demo or production environments, testing plan development, QA team coordination, detection of bugs in design and project specification, development of key testing documentation types, and system security testing.
QA: Feature aspect testing, regression testing, system security testing, load testing, bug reports, development of test cases and checklists, as well as suggestions for improvement.
Auto QA: auto, e2e, api and load testing, as well as implementation.
Forming of work format:
Getting approval and permissions from the client’s team for various aspects of the project.
The client's (typically the Product Owner) role within the project’s development phase: The client is considered as a team member and a process participant by the team.
Product Owner’s involvement in meetings:
Intro meeting (optional).
Daily meeting (optional).
Meeting with Business Analyst.
Planning - if the client cannot attend the meeting, the project manager agrees upon the terms and topics discussed therein.
Work format synchronization with the Business Analyst.
Demo formats and time synchronization with the Product Owner.
Configuration of the list of and volume of necessary internal meetings.
Defining the 'Definition of Done'.
Configuration of the technological processes and interactions between roles.
Configuration of work result handover formats internally within the team:
API docs formats.
Developers’ testing processes:
Unit tests planned coverage.
Git flow - by default feature branch:
Automation of code analysis.
QA flow - includes testing from the design team:
Reviews from the design team.
Regression testing (manual and autotest).
Release candidate testing (manual and autotest).
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