E-SPIN offer a comprehensive portfolio of Software and Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), for software and application product lifecycle management (governance, development, and maintenance), encompassess requirements management, software architecture, computer programming, software testing, software maintenance, change management, project management, and release management. A key focus is to accelerate realization of new business initiatives through reduced cycle times to conceive, develop and deploy new systems and services; to eliminate business disruptions and disconnects through improved software quality, predictability and performance; and to reduce total lifecycle costs through enhanced team collaboration and improved productivity through steamlined development, test and maintenance procedures.
- Requirement Management from define - collected, analyzed and rationalized User requirements to ensure the business needs are optimally met. Prototyping, use-cases and detailed requirements established.
- Software Architect from Design - converted Requirements into software architect, including Graphical User Interface (GUI) "look-and-feel" and required integration between subsystems and with other system components.
- Computer Programming from Develop - Developers code and debug the logic for the software and integrate their code modules with other subsystems, as well as modules developed by other project members.
- Software Testing - from Tested and debugged the software in operation with the related systems and subsystems. Application performance and security testing to predicted performance and security of the software in the live environment.
- Software Release, Deployment and Maintenance - from packaged software and roll-out preparation, from physical installation and deployment, training, documentation, help procedures, etc. — to prepare and support the intended users end to end.
- Software and Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), from Manage - The deployed software is managed for quality, capability and performance. Bugs, user requirements and performance issues must be identified, registered and triaged appropriately — feeding back into the overall lifecycle process end to end.