Every soft­ware deve­lo­p­ment com­pa­ny out the­re knows, that no mat­ter how polis­hed your inter­nal pro­ces­ses are, things never go as expec­ted. Soft­ware deve­lo­p­ment is one of the most chal­len­ging and at the same time com­pe­ti­ti­ve indus­tries today.

So natu­ral­ly, every major busi­ness in this field stri­ves to impro­ve its pro­duc­ti­vi­ty and opti­mi­ze work­flows to over­co­me most com­mon challenges.

But what exact­ly are tho­se challenges?

  1. Assemb­ling requirements

Poor­ly defi­ned requi­re­ments come down to simp­le “Gar­ba­ge in. Gar­ba­ge out”. The dif­fi­cul­ty in requi­re­ments gathe­ring almost always asso­cia­ted with mis­com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on bet­ween cli­ent and soft­ware deve­lo­p­ment vendor.

Some­ti­mes the cli­ent lacks cer­tain tech­ni­cal exper­ti­se and the­re­fo­re puts in front over­ly-opti­mistic expec­ta­ti­ons. Some­ti­mes soft­ware deve­lo­pers can­not trans­la­te tech­no­lo­gi­cal limi­ta­ti­ons into busi­ness per­spec­ti­ve. Regard­less of why it hap­pens, made-pro­ject chan­ges in requi­re­ments always cau­se delays, revi­si­ons and addi­tio­nal expenses.

  1. Esti­ma­ti­on & road­map planning

Esti­ma­ti­on of cost and clear plan­ning hap­pens at the very ear­ly sta­ges of pro­duct lifecy­cle. And we all know that it is impos­si­ble to account for ever­ything. It’s always a dif­fi­cult task when you have to exp­lain to the cli­ent that some dead­line needs to be exten­ded. So it’s very important to estab­lish maxi­mum trans­pa­ren­cy bet­ween two par­ties and keep com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on lines on at all times.

  1. Stay­ing on top of the technology

This one is a clear respon­si­bi­li­ty of soft­ware deve­lo­p­ment com­pa­ny. Stay­ing on top of tech trends and be able to accom­mo­da­te most inno­va­ti­ve busi­ness requests is very important becau­se the tech­no­lo­gy chan­ges at a rapid pace. That is why it falls down on com­pa­nies to con­ti­nuous­ly edu­ca­te their employees and make sure that they as a busi­ness stay competitive.

  1. Mul­ti­ple tes­ting & QA iterations

The best com­pa­nies in soft­ware deve­lo­p­ment sec­tor have rea­li­zed long ago that Tes­ting and QA should never come as an afterthought or post-pro­duc­tion pro­cess. Various ite­ra­ti­ons of tes­ting need to occur throughout the pro­ject cycle. 

And when you inves­ti­ga­te the ent­i­re sys­tem, the­re will be bugs found. Many times the pro­blem needs to be iso­la­ted to let the rest of the pro­ject move on. But in some cases, it is sim­ply impos­si­ble and you reach a com­ple­te road­block that slows down the deve­lo­p­ment time.

Intech­Core Soft­ware Deve­lo­p­ment Services

Only by employ­ing inno­va­ti­ve metho­do­lo­gy in mana­ging remo­te teams and stay­ing on top of trends can soft­ware deve­lo­p­ment com­pa­ny sur­vi­ve in the com­pe­ti­ti­ve mar­ket. Here at Intech­Core, we struc­tu­re our inter­nal work­flows deli­ver excep­tio­nal results, infor­ma­ti­on secu­ri­ty and incre­a­sed productivity.

Every day we work towards over­co­m­ing industry’s big­gest chal­len­ges and deli­vering our cus­to­mers the excep­tio­nal-qua­li­ty soft­ware. We pri­de our­sel­ves on suc­cee­ding in most deman­ding pro­jects through con­ti­nuous moni­to­ring of pro­gress, cost, and delivery.