Every job at MindCells has a larger context. We seek to comprehend this big picture and how our role fits into it.
Because of this, we are able to provide the quality we strive for. MindCells is a seven-year-old provider of solutions. MindCells, headquartered in Mumbai, India, provides a variety of services including application development and software development, design, accounting, and back office services. Please visit www.mindcells.com.
We are referred to as Remote Business Operations Managers (RBOMs). In other words, we serve as the virtual office for our clients. In our role, we address the needs of corporations and businesses requiring consulting, development, and maintenance-based solutions. In this manner, we not only reduce the cost of developing bespoke solutions, but also those associated with technical and administrative support and upkeep.
MindCells has consistently provided the highest quality services, with the most significant RBOMs bottom-line benefit being cost savings. With MindCells as your RBOM, you can achieve your business objectives more quickly. Please visit www.mindcells.com.
The strategic configuration of MindCells’ Web Farm enables efficient management of servers and Internet hosting. Our Windows 2000, Windows 2003, and Linux servers provide clients with a comprehensive, flexible, and cost-effective solution for all web hosting needs.
Before beginning any software development project, it is essential to determine the product’s need. The MindCells team collaborates with the client and his team to gather essential information about the company, its systems, the intended role of the product, etc. This data collection is a fundamental building block for every relevant product.
In the event of a Client request, Market Research is conducted to determine the needs of potential customers. In this procedure, both the current and potential needs of a segment of the population are thoroughly examined. The market research is based on numerous assumptions. In the development or inception of a product, assumptions are the most important factors. Unrealistic assumptions can cause the entire endeavor to fail.
Investigation and Development
After the research has been completed, the team discusses the findings with the client and formulates the final plan. The team then conceptualizes a cost-effective system that could potentially address the client’s need more effectively than his rivals. After developing and testing the conceptual system in a hypothetical environment, the development team assumes control of it.
The following actions comprise Mindcells’ method of development:
System Engineering and Modeling
As software is always a component of a large system or organization, the work begins by establishing requirements for all system elements and then assigning a subset of these requirements to software. This system view is required when software must interact with hardware, people, and other resources. System is a fundamental and essential requirement for the existence of any software entity. Therefore, if the system is not in place, it should be designed and implemented. In certain instances, reengineering and spicing up a system is necessary to maximize output. Once the ideal system has been engineered or optimized, the development team investigates the system’s software requirements.
Analysis of Software Demands
During this phase, the development team investigates the potential need for software automation within the given system. At the conclusion of this study, the team provides a document with specific recommendations for the candidate system. In addition, it contains the personnel assignments, costs, project schedule, and deadlines. To comprehend the nature of the to-be-built program(s), the system engineer (or “analyst”) must comprehend the software’s information domain, as well as its required function, behavior, performance, and interfacing. This phase’s primary objective is to identify the need and define the problem that must be solved.
System Design and Analysis
During this phase, the overall structure and nuances of the software are defined. In this phase, the number of tiers required for the package architecture, the database design, and the data structure design are all determined in terms of client/server technology. Analysis and Design are essential to the entire development process. In the later phases of software development, it could be very expensive to fix any errors that occurred during the design phase. This phase requires great caution. In this phase, the logical structure of the product is developed.
The design must be converted into a form that is machine-readable. This is accomplished by the code generation step. Code generation can be accomplished without much difficulty if the design is performed in a thorough manner. Depending on the type of application, the appropriate programming language is selected.
After the code has been generated, program testing commences. Various testing methodologies are available to unearth the bugs that were introduced in earlier phases. There are already numerous testing tools and methodologies available.
Upon delivery to the customer, software will undoubtedly undergo modification. There are numerous causes for the shift. Due to some unexpected input values into the system, change is possible. In addition, system modifications may have a direct impact on software operations. The software should be designed to accommodate potential changes that may occur after implementation.
Timing is of paramount importance in software development. If the development phase is delayed, the market could be taken over by a competitor. Also, if a product containing bugs is released in a short amount of time (faster than the competition), the company’s reputation may suffer. Therefore, there should be a trade-off between development time and product quality. Customers do not expect a bug-free product, but they do expect a product that is easy to use.