Development Methodology

Rishti India's development methodology promotes a result-driven interactive approach and guarantees better customer service with regards to quality, cost and customer’s strategic goals, without compromising on any of these factors.

Rishti India have extensive experience in Web based financial applications, complex back office applications, and Legacy migrations, Product engineering and Enterprise – wide IT outsourcing management solutions. We have a strong team of engineers and architects working on translational projects on Windows as well as Linux platforms.

At Rishti India, we use an iterative approach to project management, which breaks down large projects into smaller components thereby simplifying the task. We are committed to provide process transparency and high quality products to our customers within the confines of their budget and schedules.

  • Over the past 5 years we have developed a store of knowledge through hundreds of development projects.
  • We have refined our business process by blending the best industry practices such as Rational Unified Process (RUP) and Agile Methodology.
  • We have absorbed best approaches to get maximum performance and highest quality for web-related projects while leaving away redundant complexity that can affect the project budget or timing.

Strong Project Management

From the very beginning of a project it has a project manager so the client can solve all project related issues with a single person. Project Manager is involved into requirements definition when a project starts. His routine responsibilities are project planning, team management, early project risks definition / elimination and reporting to client. All projects are under Rishti India CTO coordination.

Thorough Requirements Analysis

At Rishti India we pay special attention to requirements definition process. This guarantees that we deliver final results that meet clients’ specific requirements. We use several levels of requirements description:

1. Business Vision        2. Product Vision         3. Functional Specifications             4. Use Cases

Refined Development Process

Rishti India follows a complete Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) process with distinct phases. Rishti India employs full control of procedures at every phase to mitigate project risks and ensure efficient performance and high quality project implementation.

Component Based Development

We use component based development, continual quality based verification & Offshore Outsourcing India, Offshore Software Development India, PHP Developer India, Web Solutions India, Web Developer India, and change control to provide you with a faster development life cycle and high quality products.

Constant Quality Monitoring

At Rishti India we have a dedicated quality department responsible for Quality Assurance at every project from its start up to delivery. Depending on the project size we allocate a testing team and define a timeframe for its work. This allows optimizing resources involvement and thus project costs. We use defect tracking systems  such as IBM Rational ClearQuest for professional issue tracking. QA experts work independently from the development team yet in close cooperation with it.

Rishti India continuously improves its methodology to meet customer expectations through accelerated development schedules and high-quality results.

“Scrum How” Training for Clients

We live in a dynamic world with a very different learning, knowledge management, and decision-making style from that 20 years ago. The modern environment is overwhelmed with data making the shift toward flexible, Agile methodologies a must. Businesses and individuals seek simple and effective solutions to their needs, and the aim of the intense hands-on “Scrum How” training is to unveil the ways to efficiency in minimal time.

The training spans active group work, Agile myths busting session, practical examination of all roles, concepts, and documents used in Scrum, typical risks and issues. Attendees learn how to implement standup meetings, set SMART goals, assess work scope and work in short iterations, collect data from the team, foster idea generation, and more.