Application Design

Princeton Information believes that the more time spent early in the software development cycle planning and designing leads to greater efficiency and predictability at later stages of a project.

Our Build approach involves the heavy lifting of the typical system development lifecycle phases; such as functional specifications, technical design, coding and configuration and all of the testing requirements.

We remain open and cognizant of our clients’ work environments and any of the methodologies that they may already practice. We can either drive change using our approach, or in the spirit of collaboration, we can adapt to the client’s defined process. In the latter case, we make recommendations to extend and enhance those processes where we see significant gaps in the approach.

We typically follow one of two development approaches depending on project scope, technology selection and business involvement; traditional Waterfall or Agile as shown in the above diagram.

Regardless of approach each requires sound program and project management practices to control all of the activities and resources.