Product Engineering Excellence
▢ Clarify Requirements, define product goals
▢ Analyze competitive Solutions
▢ Decide feature set for a minimum viable product (MVP).
▢ Formulate a digital marketing strategy.
▇ Ask if this should be built? Tweak the idea as needed.
▢ Work with subject experts to design the technological infrastructure.
▢ Plan for a system that will survive requirement changes or extension.
▢ Design software to meet performance, scalability, and availability needs.
▇ Minimize risk by ensuring easy maintenance and manageability.
▢ Organize and structure the product for ease of use.
▢ Prepare mockups; add life to it with colors and other details
▢ Iterate and finalize through client review and feedback.
▇ More than a pretty interface for richer user experience.
▢ Develop in an iterative and incremental fashion.
▢ Automate iterative processes in development pipeline.
▢ Work in close collaboration with product owners.
▢ Produce working software at the end of each sprint.
▇ Lean and agile approach to application development.
▢ Assist with capacity planning and scalability analysis.
▢ Analyze, assess, and determine software bottlenecks.
▢ Tune the system performance—analysis-based optimization.
▢ Validate attributes such as reliability, scalability, and resource usage.
▇ Performance analysts, system engineers, developers—all working together.
▢ Test iteratively, unit test components.
▢ Accelerate testing process with automated testing.
▢ Audit and secure applications and servers.
▢ Ensure compliance with industry standards/app store guidelines.
▇ Certified professionals, proven processes, in-house tools.
▢ Deploy the solution, offer training if required.
▢ Submit and get the app listed in app stores.
▢ Promote it as per the digital marketing plan.
▢ Collect feedback from early adopters; learn and adapt.
▇ How we deliver—a unique, time-tested model.
▢ Avoid downtimes with 24/7 monitoring.
▢ Maintain with regular updates and enhancements.
▢ Enable more frequent deployments with CI/CD.
▇ DevOps for speedier and less risky deployments.