Purpose & Description:

Software application development encompasses programming, documenting, testing, and bug fixing to create and maintain applications and frameworks involved in a software release life cycle, resulting in a software product. The term refers to a process of writing and maintaining the source code, but in a broader sense of the term it includes all that is involved between the conception of the desired software through to the final manifestation of the software, ideally in a planned and structured process.

In an ever-changing world, staying ahead of the competition is now harder than ever. Optimization of business processes and performance is a continuous necessity to improve customer engagement, realize increased efficiency and generate increased revenue and profit.

There are many approaches to software project management, known as software development life cycle models, methodologies, processes, or models. The waterfall model is a traditional version, contrasted with the more recent innovation of agile software development.

To achieve this, organizations must implement software solutions that are specifically designed and developed to their unique business processes. Bhavna offers leading-edge technical knowledge and proven experience, taking a consultative approach to understanding our clients' needs in order to select the most suitable development approach.

Bhavna Corp. works with two types of methodologies:

Waterfall methodologies share some combination of the following stages of software development:

Scrum is more commonly used for green-field development/re-development and Kanban is often used for maintenance and support.

SCRUM consists of product backlog creation, sprint planning, SCRUM meetings, testing and product demonstration, and retrospective and next sprint planning. Kanban SDLC is designed to help use the available resources in the best possible way. It helps teams find the bottlenecks before they become big unsolvable problems. One of the most important parts of Kanban is workflow visualization. It’s easy to use Kanban since it consists of three easy principles. This methodology may be useful if we want to know what the current status of project is or a single task is during the development process. It allows us to answer the question of who is working on what task and when it will be completed. More importantly, there is no need to change existing methods and processes, since Kanban supports incremental improvements.

Our Expertise:

Bhavna has expertise in the following technologies: