Don’t know the process of outsourcing business? Following process will gives you
the idea of entire business process
Confidentiality is very important for our relationship with the clients. It is critical that the client’s confidentiality be protected at all times by those who on behalf of this firm assist the client during life cycle of the project. Our Non-Disclosure Agreement is designed to cover all precautions and contingencies. We’re as concerned as you are about your data security, and hence we guarantee to hold the strictest confidence for all proprietary information you share with us.
A focused and detailed business requirements analysis can help you avoid problems in understanding the requirements of the clients. This is the process of discovering, analyzing, defining, and documenting the requirements that are related to client’s specific business objective. It is the process by which the scope of the project will be clearly and precisely define which can assess the timescales and resources needed to complete it. It also provides evidence of the practical application of that knowledge and understanding.
After gathering and understanding the requirements of the clients, the proposal in proper understandable format is prepared and provided to the clients. Our proposal will depend on an accurate analysis of client’s requirements. The objective of the proposal is to convince the client about schedule for the work, conceivable management plan, technical approach, and total budget of the project. The key elements of the proposal will be:
- Description of the entire project scope, goals of the software, as well as outlines of the functionality, constraints on the basis of requirement specifications
- Preliminary Estimate covers the project size, work effort, and development costs
- A rough timeline for the project implementation
The Proposal document is sent to the customer for review and approval before proceeding further
The development phase will be started after getting perfect and complete project requirements specification. During this phase each sub-system, sub-element or module can be reviewed by the client for verification against their business requirements, ensuring the end product will meet the original objectives. This will discover a problem or flaw if any, at early stage of the development before the application evolves into a complete product, thus lowering the costs of corrections. Finally, the whole system is used for system testing and it passes functional testing, performance testing, and stress testing to ensure all requirements are met.