The process begins when you contact us with your requirements. We analyze your requirements and respond to you. On the basis of the further discussion, you can choose an engagement model that suits you the best. After that, we begin the process of development.
The time limit of any web assignment is normally dictated by the client. If you have any time limit in mind we will attempt to assemble it for you. The main general delay in the making of a website is waiting for the content of the pages to be sent to us by the client.
We require 50% deposit of the contract value at the time of starting the project. When you’ll approve design and complete coding the whole site then we’ll show you the site from our server. After your approval you need to pay remaining 50% to enable us to transfer the whole site to your server.
Yes you will have your own dedicated developers, who will work 180 hours in one month for your project. You can utilize our ready to use IT infrastructure and dedicated leased lines, which will ensure elimination of work interruption.
To get a better idea of the cost of what you want to build, give us a quick phone call. We’ll ask you a few questions about the nature of the site, what sort of interactivity the site will have, your graphic design needs, etc. Then we’ll be able to give you a ballpark figure. If you’re still interested, we’ll come to your place of business and come up with a firm quote.
You can hire as many developers as you want. The number of developers that you hire depends entirely on the difficulty and requirements of your project. However, if you have a project with a high level of complexity, then you can hire an entire designing and development team based on your requirements.
Every project is unique and requires a fresh approach, but most projects pass through the following project development cycle:
Step 1: Requirement Gathering and Analysis
Step 2: Consulting for the Right Solution
Step 3: Wire framing and Designing
Step 4: Development
Step 5: Testing & QA
Step 6: Support
Step 7: Deployment