Project Delivered On Time, In Budget,Everytime
Ideas are great but they need to be managed. When you approach Appinventiv with your app idea, we not only make it our business to create a profitable app from your brilliant idea, we also keep a laser focus on your time, budget, and resources requirements. Our apps make money after release and save money during development. Using Agility as our guiding light, we constantly adapt our processes and strategies to meet client requirements. Openness, flexibility, and reporting form the backbone of our project management module.
Project Management at Every Stage of Product Lifecycle
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→ Our Project Manager ensures that each team member is fully aware of his or her interdependencies.
→ He facilitates communication between departments.
→ He makes it a point to ready deliverables promised at each phase of product lifecycle.
→ He outlines a launch plan that clearly lists the processes that will have to be met to get a project out of the door.
→ He will be the primary point of contact for all project works.
→ He will take the responsibility to manage communications and streamline overall efforts and project scheduling.
→ The onus will lie on him or her to balance the perspectives of all team members and stakeholders, track project issues and risks.
→ He will ensure all risks are addressed optimally and in a timely fashion.
Our Project Management Modules Has Everything You Need
We create project roadmap, artifacts, software requirement specification, blueprint, prototype and testing by teams trained in Agile software development.
Software Requirement Specification (SRS)
In the discovery phase of your project, we create a Software Requirements Specification (SRS). It lays out functional and non-functional requirements, and also a set of use cases that describe user interactions that the software must provide. Doing this step establishes a basis for an agreement between you and us on what the product will be expected to perform.
Project planning blueprint is prepared next. It breaks down the entire project workload into manageable tasks. The durations of tasks, their requirements and interdependencies are scoped out.
The reporting hierarchy is established and resources required for each task are allocated.
Using scope management, our project managers determine the deliverables that each team needs to deliver at various critical milestones of a project. They use planning, controlling, and closing sub-processes to define the work scope.
Project managers estimate a project by aligning these six variables- scope, techniques, schedule, resources, cost, and risks. Thereafter, they conduct effort estimation, cost estimation, and resource estimation.
Next is resource management for your project. Our Project Managers assess resource availability and re-allocate, if needed. They track project deadlines and schedules. They general real-time reports for better visibility into project status. They meet deadlines and manage costs.
Risk estimation is a process critical for smooth functioning. The ability to estimate software size, effort, and schedule is crucial and is addressed by our Project Managers. Our process involves effortlessly integrating workflows, aggregating data across disciplines, analyzing it, and automatically acting on insights- all leading to tremendous efficiencies.
Our effective communications management approach allows project managers to send the right message to the right people at the right time. This is the glue essential to connect all stakeholders, detailed reports generated in a timely fashion lets you know how your project is faring. Thereafter, you can communicate your satisfaction or dissatisfaction with the process and we will use your feedback to modulate further processes.
Our project managers create a configuration management plan to define the items that they can configure and the items that require change control. They also outline the processes for controlling change. This plan can go beyond your project boundaries if your project was in existence before and will also remain relevant once your project completes.