Specializing in systems analysis and development, DSi offers full support during the entire life of a project. This includes requirements definition, functional systems design, detailed technical design, software coding, unit test, system test, documentation, training and project management. We employ a structured development methodology, advance used-case, and quality filter techniques to increase our productivity and to lower our customers’ systems development costs.
The large-scale software development teams often feel a need for tools that can increase the effectiveness and productivity of the development process. Yet due to the limitation in headcount and define objectives, deadlines, etc. teams cannot allocate resources to develop tools that can speed up development. DSi can assume the roles of tools development for your development teams. For example, your developers may spend long hours in setting up test environments, including database setup, recovering input files, installing right code level, etc. DSi can create GUI based interface that can automate many of the manual tasks that your development team do in routine basis.
The application of standard project management techniques to software projects has not achieved the success noted in some other industries because typical software development projects are fundamentally different from projects in other industries. These differences make the management of software projects more difficult than the management of some other types of projects. Despite new project management techniques and application methodologies, IS still seems to be “blowing it” bigger and better. Poor software project execution continues to result, in the best cases, in missed deadlines, and, in the worst cases, in escalations in commitment of additional resources as a cure-all for runaway projects. DSi’s organic approach, past performance, skills and expertise, and management climate provides the framework for beyond typical project management. DSi’s project manager are trained to see the projects through clients’ eyes (ia) what the project means to client’s business strategies, (b) how to prevent failure, and (c) create a team culture that outperforms any effective team environments.