Most systems are not built from scratch, but should interact with other systems where developers improve upon an existing system(s). When developing a system; potential interactions should be identified to assess the existing computing assets, and recognize factors to build upon in order to reprocess those legacy assets effectively.
In many organizations legacy systems are poorly documented as the documentation describing how to interface to an external system are either nonexistent, or if exist, and are not properly updated.
MTS IT adopts a precise business analysis methodology that proceeds by identifying, selecting and documenting the software features necessary to satisfy the system(s) requirements recognized in the earlier stage. Analyzes the requirement documents, and converts them to business cases and workflow process documentations.
Our System analysis processes methodically work through the details of each requirement. Document inputs, outputs, process and algorithms, resolve problems, handle dependencies and develop plans to mitigate risks. Our systems are designed using programming techniques to design software and hardware within the constraints and objectives set in the earlier stages. A deliverable at the end of this stage is the design specification documents, testing scenarios and plan
MTS IT Testing Methodology tests the software and records test results. It verifies the business functions achieved through the developed business processes, and validates that system functional behavior are meeting the identified functional analysis and design.