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Software development is basically a properly organized number of steps and stages for programmers to create computer programs that result in the establishment of operational software. Software means a set of instructions, programs, or information that helps to operate a computer & execute different types of work. It is independent of hardware and makes computers programmable. It’s carried out by a software developer. Software developers use different techniques to create working software including requirements definition, data flow & code design, process flow design, flowcharting, code creation, software development testing, and debugging.

The end-to-end process is sometimes referred to as the software development life cycle (SDLC). It includes different steps that provide a method for building products that has all the technical specifications and user requirements. The SDLC meets an international standard that software companies can use to build and improve their computer programs. It offers a defined structure for development teams to follow and maintain high-quality software. The aim of the IT software development process is to build effective products within a defined budget and timeline.

Our Software Development Process


Identification is market research and a creative process. Before we build software, we perform large-scale research to determine the product’s structure & demand. Developers must identify the functions and services the software should provide so that its target consumers get the most out of it and find it necessary and useful. There are several ways to get this information including feedback from potential and existing customers and surveys.

The IT teams and other divisions in the company must also discuss the strong points, weaknesses, and opportunities of the product in the future. Software development processes start only if the product meets every parameter for its success.

Requirement analysis

Requirement analysis is the second phase in the software development life cycle. Here, stakeholders agree on the technical and user requirements and specifications of the proposed product to achieve its goals. This phase provides a detailed outline of every component, the scope, the tasks of developers, and testing parameters to deliver a quality product. The requirement analysis stage involves developers, users, testers, project managers, and quality assurance.


Design is the third stage of the software development process. Here, architects and developers draw up advanced technical specifications they need to create the software. Stakeholders will discuss factors such as risk levels, time, budget, limitations, applicable technologies, methods, and architectural design.

The Design Specification Document (DSD) specifies the architectural design, components, communication, front-end representation, and user flows of the product. This step acts as a guide for developers and testers and reduces the chances of flaws, bugs, and delays in the final outcome.

Development and implementation

The next stage is the development and implementation of the design parameters. Developers code & use all the other necessary modules for the site based on the product specifications and requirements discussed in the previous steps. The programmers also test and review each other’s code.

Once the coding is complete, developers deploy the product to an environment in the implementation stage. This allows them to test a pilot version of the program to make performance match the requirements. Different coding languages are used depending on conducive speed & reliability.

Testing & Debugging

The testing phase checks the software for bugs and verifies its performance before delivery to the client. Expert testers verify the product’s functions to make sure it performs according to the requirements analysis document. They notify developers of defects in the code. If developers confirm the flaws are valid, they improve the program and the testers repeat the process until the software is free of bugs and behaves according to requirements.

This routine part is the most important & mainly holds the key point of developing software before making it properly accessible to the customers.

Deployment and Maintenance

Once the software is defect-free, the developers can deliver it to customers by making sure all of the demands have been fulfilled.

After the release of a software’s production version, the IT software development company creates a maintenance team to manage issues clients encounter while using the product. Maintenance can be a hot-fix if it is a minor issue but severe software failures require an update.

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