What we do?
Developing an online strategy, whether it is starting from scratch or upgrading, is a journey with a number of hazards. Most importantly, choosing the right partner is essential to form and develop a vision that is right for the client.
Clients come with a vision that is designed to fulfil their needs. But a good provider will develop that vision to perform its best through new and/or existing programmes that will best suit the vision. A vision through partnership, if you will.
Our design process can be defined in four simple steps:
- Understanding your concept and business.
The key is to understand what the Client wants, and their business. We then need to assess what the main objective/outcomes are at the heart of the development. Initially it is most important to meet and discuss exactly what they client is looking for and how best to go about it.
- Preparation of a detailed development plan
Our software engineers and business analytics team, under the guidance of a project manager, will prepare a ‘scaffold’ outline. This ‘scaffold’ provides the client with information regarding systems, functionality and reporting programmes that would best suit their project.
The heart of any successful project is the multiple coding language which each provides a function. Throughout the process we guide the client through the different functions and seek their insight to provide the most successful outcome.
- Testing & Launch
Throughout the process we encourage an open flow of communication and to share ideas, to help create a solution that will supersede the clients original goals. But this has to be achieved together. Once the programme is complete, Landshark remain by the Clients side to provide any training support for staff.
We at Dunboyne IT/Landshark understand that launching a successful project is paramount to the Client. But we also understand that all projects should be developed with a view that it will evolve, therefore we provide post development services’ and remain with the client to bring new ideas that may enhance the existing structure.