Services

We provide a full-stack of software development services, as well as architectural design and project implementation recommendations
We provide a full-stack of software development services, as well as architectural design and project implementation recommendations

Software architectural design and development implementation recommendations

Depending on the stage of your project development life-cycle, we can make recommendations or review a list of technologies and run-time platforms to utilize for addressing all of your project requirements and long-term company goals. In addition, if you already have a development team in place, we can provide the software architectural design plans for developing your B2B or B2C application.

Development of your application following waterfall or agile life-cycle for project organization and progress tracking

Development of your application following waterfall or agile life-cycle for project organization and progress tracking

At Interprogram, our development work on any project follows either water-fall or agile life-cycle methodologies (SDLC) for software delivery depending on our client’s preferences. We use the industry leading enterprise platform Atlassian JIRA for keeping track of all programming tasks, overall development progress, and code versioning using Git with BitBucket.

Development of your application following waterfall or agile life-cycle for project organization and progress tracking
Developer testing and hand-over to QA
Developer testing and hand-over to QA

Developer testing and hand-over to QA

Quality control is often overlooked but an incredibly important part of developing a reliable software application. We rely heavily on version control Git repositories like BitBucket to help us perform reviews of any code changes before merging them to the final release version of the application. We strive to develop the best code as possible but we also rely on the client’s own dedicated testing and for approval of code releases. Software bugs are an inevitable part of the development process. It is popular knowledge that even well established and heavily specialized software companies such as Microsoft, Facebook, and many others having multi billion-dollar budgets and immense resources produce regular software releases with major usability and security bugs. However, we’re confident in our coding practices that if bugs do arise as a result of our internal development, we would fix them free of charge!