“The PCA crew is leagues above
the competition” - Pepsico
"a prior vendor failed to develop
the application, which (Practical) delivered." - Franklin Park
"the application (is) easier to use, with a
much simpler, more intuitive use interface" - Royal Administration Services
"Sometimes it's the things you don't ask for
that are important" - Royal Administration Services
"PCA turned our raw data and algorithms into easy to use
and understand features and reports." - CareScout
"The quality and professionalism ... has been
so outstanding that we want to send you a letter of thanks." - USALCO
"PCA people and applications stand out by
far exceeding our expectations." - USALCO
"The resulting application greatly increas(ed)...
our business effectiveness and efficiency." - The Advest Group
"PCA completes projects
efficiently and effectively" - Pepsico
Step 4: Development Phase
Once the final prototype design is approved, the real development work begins. All of the necessary functional details are defined and well understood. Our next objective is live, working beta software.
- The scope and complexity of your application determines the time it takes Practical to develop and deliver the “Beta 1″ application.
- Whenever feasible, We will segment the development phase into sub-phases, so we can focus efforts on individual application modules and enable your continued participation and feedback.
- We will inform you of the schedule that you can expect, and notify you when the initial Beta 1 application is available for your initial testing and feedback.
Go to the next step:
- Step 1: Consultation and Evaluation Phase
- Step 2: Prototype Design Phase
- Step 3: Detailed Design
- Step 4: Development Phase
- Step 5: Beta Test and Refine
- Step 6: Deploy
- Step 7: Maintenance and Support
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- Why Not Offshore Development?
- Why Not In-House Development
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