Dedicated Internet applications are a response to the gradual increase in consumer demand for modern, yet intuitive technology, capable of achieving competitive advantage and meeting the requirements of vertical market providers.
The design and implementation of dedicated applications consist of three main stages:
Precise identification of customer needs as well as setting specific functionality are the basis for good preparation for such projects. Thus, a team of experts directly responsible for the preparation and correct functioning of the designed application is involved already in preliminary talks with the customer.
Developing a functional design
The information gained during meetings with a customer is submitted to the implementation team, which transforms it into ‘a functional design’. This is a preliminary draft of the application that contains a detailed description of service capabilities to be included in the final version of the system. Once the functional design is accepted, further implementation work starts.
Implementation, testing, launching
The implementation of an application is one of the last elements of its development. For the project to be completed, it must first pass tests involving both the customer and designer. The approval of the last stage is followed by an application launch and its release to end users.