Project scopes are not a “nice to have” part of successful software development projects, they are a “must have”, yet time and time again we are approached where the scope is only a couple of lines of text. Of course we can usually flesh that out into a full scope of the project but the person best placed to get the scope correct is usually the person asking for the software. In this post we go into some of the detail that goes into a good scope.
If you are thinking of adding new software or upgrading your current software then take 5 mins to read this blog about feature lists.
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Rather than going into the technical features of the web application we recently wrote about in our Elucigene Diagnostics case study we thought it would be a great opportunity to discuss some of the reasons they moved their predominately spreadsheet based processes to a web application.
.NET is often thought of as just a web application framework but that is just the tip of the iceberg. In this blog we look at some of the other applications, including desktop applications, mobile apps and CMS and Ecommerce platforms.