Agile development that promotes transparency and flexibility
We develop great software that enables our clients to innovate
At Gavant Software, we combine leading best practices with proven agile development methods to employ a process that promotes transparency and maximum flexibility. This approach provides us with flexibility to adapt to changing requirements while ensuring that budget and timeline constraints can be met.
Software Process Improvement
At Gavant, we employ multiple strategies for eliminating issues and inefficiencies with our software development life cycle (SDLC). It is an ongoing and reoccurring effort with reviews, checkpoints, etc., that continues indefinitely. We're constantly analyzing and enhancing the way we do things.
Collaboration and Transparency
Every client is different. Their challenges are specific and their way of doing business is unique. Some know exactly what they need while others seek guidance for options. Some have experience in building software solutions while others have reservations about what they don't know.
Gavant relies on constant collaboration and transparency to transcend these differences. Requirements change and we welcome that. While that could impact budget there are myriad ways to avoid it.
There are many different ways to arrive at a solution. And it starts with a conversation.
There's been significant evolution and continuous improvement of the ecosystem of application development tools and frameworks utilized to produce software. With “Web 2.0” came new standards of software accessibility, simplicity, distribution, participation, content, and behavior. These new standards normalized the expectation that software must run on any device, and access data from a cloud at any time from any place. Standards now emphasized self-service to data that banished the acceptance of data latency. These are the underpinnings of “Digital Transformation.”
It's hard to keep up with and you can't make it up as you go. A well-defined and continuously evolving process is paramount. That's the Gavant Difference.