ClueLogics is a full-cycle software product development service provider and supports you at any stage of your product evolution from a mere idea to product implementation, support and maintenance. We develop software product based on your need.
We identify Business Analysis in Software Product Development as a separate area of expertise, targeted to extend capabilities and facilitate your central Product Management efforts. This helps your Product Manager to scale properly and focus on the most critical things, without being overloaded by a huge amount of information from users or multiple products requirements management tasks, etc.
All product quality assurance functions are handled by an independent QA department whose sole mission is the quality of your product at its every aspect. Independence from the development team guarantees that you always get correct understanding of the quality and will be able to make informed decisions based on that information.
Itransition has delivery centers in the United States, Western and Eastern Europe, and Russia. Such a distributed, but flat and flexible organization structure enables close communication between your team and the Itransition team while improving its efficiency and avoiding the complexities of direct management of remote development and QA teams.
Itransition has a strong focus on a service-based business model. This is one of the principal points we are building our work around and it is designed and implemented to protect Itransition’s clients from unfair competition practices. Strong corporate policies, standards and infrastructure protect client Intellectual Property from being used by anybody else, including other product teams within Itransition.
|1. To maximize the product's value for the customer within the budget frames||Cultivate innovation culture Use a Product Manager role Involve the ‘best brains’||Apply process frameworks focused on business value maximization (SCRUM and others)||Automate routine procedures (builds creation, regression testing and others) Use requirements management tools|
|2. To minimize delivery delays without extra budget||Build strong product teams Organize regular customer-vendor communication Apply knowledge sharing within the product team||Apply Architecture Tradeoff Analysis Method (ATAM) Apply Risk management etc. for project schedule control Apply quantitative product and process metrics||Use video and audio-conferencing tools for regular communication between physically distributed teams|
|3. To release the first high quality product version||Invest in regular team trainings and education Involve independent QA team||Use advanced defect prevention and early identification methods (Fagan inspection, Unit testing) Organize beta-testing||Use issue (defect, CR, etc) tracking systems|
|4. To support multiple product versions||Apply Release Management process||Use SCM tool with multi-branching support|
|5. To minimize product support costs||Test product in all the available environments Apply usability, performance and stress testing on regular basis||Use Helpdesk and Knowledge Base systems|