Ticon Technologies Princeton Business Park, 3353 Bradshaw Road Sacramento, CA 95827
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Software lifecycle models are designed to achieve various objectives. We use both traditional waterfall methodology and agile methodologies.
Ticon adopted all 12 principles of Agile. Ticon’s agile development processes are incremental and iterative software development by teams working in close collaboration. Our methodology powers us to rapidly build out complex applications, efficiently handle changing requirements, and improve the overall product quality through a rigorous QA process.
Ticon also offers one level above Agile, i.e. Scrum of Scrums (SoS), an important technique forscaling Scrum to large project teams for achieving business objectives. SoS consists of clusters of teams working in a distributed environment.
Our U.S.-based and India-basedteams are very experienced at facilitating collaboration among groups of developers and customer stakeholders.
The waterfall model of software lifecycle specifies a strict sequence of iterations for development activity, with precise goals for each development phase. We use the waterfall model for testing small projects where requirements are simple and well-defined. Due to cascading effects from one phase to the next, this method is cost effective, easy to use andto follow, and allows managerial control and departmentalization.