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Project Execution Process

Whether you're starting off small, expanding gradually, or are already an entrepreneur, our project execution strategy takes all project types into consideration. Our approach to every project is organized and well-balanced to meet the needs of every customer.

Waterfall Method

For Constrained Budget

The very precise scope and a set of needs that won't change during the course of the project.


Agile Scrum

For Evolving Scope/Hired Team

The needs are very briefly described in the scope, and they are likely to vary over the project.

Flexible at the core. Organized to stay in sync

Engaging with Waterfall Method



  • Brainstorming
  • Hypothesis
  • Conceptualization
  • Assumptions
  • Constraints


  • Req. Definition
  • SRS Document
  • Project Planning
  • Dev. Planning
  • Milestones


  • System Design
  • Wireframing
  • Prototyping
  • UI / UX Design
  • Architecture


  • Coding
  • APIs
  • Testing / QA
  • Debug
  • Change Mgmt


  • Environment
  • Deployment
  • Migration
  • Support
  • Review


The Waterfall Process continues as intended, with a Quality Assurance Process at the conclusion to ensure that our project deliverables correspond with the initially established or newly changed project scope.

Use Cases:
The Waterfall Methodology


possesses a well-defined scope and a steady set of criteria that are not likely to alter during the course of the project.


Ability to establish precise long-term targets and evaluate progress based on regular deliveries.

Development Ready

Having to concentrate on the commercial aspect of the endeavour means that the product owner has less time to spend with the development team.

Strict Budget

Restricted budget and essential components that cannot be compromised.

Agile Vs Waterfall



Deliverables in Agile Method

Product Backlog

User stories are the most common format for this. The product owner prepares it. The clients' vision for the product is drafted here.

Release Backlog

The release backlog is created by the SCRUM master, who uses the product backlog as input and converts it into a list of activities that would be delivered on a sporadic basis.

Sprint Backlog

Together with the team, something has been prepared. Here, the backlog for releases is organized into sprints that last one or two weeks.

Defect Backlog

Defects discovered during the one- to two-week sprint are listed in the defect backlog. For a project to be deemed complete, these flaws must be fixed immediately.


Agile SCRUM Methodology

Short Team Goals

clear short-term objectives and regular progress evaluations.

Iterative Development

To spend more time with the development team and ensure that they are constantly in sync with the project manager, and share clear objectives and targets.

Feature Inspection

A particular feature may be improved by several iterations and inspection of all its components.

Sprint Planning

The customer needs regular and early opportunities to review the product, decide, and modify the project.

Continuous Reviews

It is necessary to do regressive iterations throughout the testing process.

High levels of uncertainty in projects are ideal for using


For projects with great value and certainty, the waterfall methodology performs best.