Delivery Models

Engagement Models

Engagement Models

Regardless of whether it is a technology start-up, or an emerging restaurant chain looking to harness technology
to automate part of its business processes, any fledgling company is always in need of more assistance
and more care than a well-established potential customer.

INSART’s experts have a good practical grasp of a broad array of software development methodologies and approaches, including SCRUM, RUP, Waterfall, CMMI, and more, and always make sure the selected methodology or approach suits the project at hand best.

Whenever expedient, we try to use SCRUM to create a potentially shippable product and enable the client to suggest amendments and modifications they may see it fit to introduce after the the bulk of the development phase is completed. To ensure uniformity and avoid ambiguity in communication, we use PMBOK.

The average number of employees we assign to a project is 7, and they are always lead by a Project Manager or Technical Team Leader. During the initial stage, INSART’s interactions with the client are handled by the company’s Chief Executive Officer and Business Development Managers.

After the start of the project, the bulk of the communication is handled by the Project Manager. However, whenever you need, you are always welcome to discuss general issues with INSART’s CEO.

The lifecycle of an average project consists of the following stages:
Stage 1
Defining the project
  • Definition of the project initial scope of work jointly with INSART’s Business Development Manager and Lead Engineers.
  • Presentation of the project and definition of INSART’s role in it.
Stage 3
Start-up of the project
  • A video conference to introduce the INSART team to the client's expert(s), and familiarize them with the proposed methodology, schedule, and the processes’ organization.
  • Definition of the initial objectives.
  • Presentation of the budget proposal by the client.
Stage 5
Start-up of the project

Development of software using the following methodologies,
or components thereof, depending on the project’s specifics:

  • Agile / SCRUM
  • XP (eXtreme Programming)
  • RUP (Rational Unified Processes)
  • CMM principles (Capability Maturity Model)
Stage 7
Further expansion of the delivered
  • Analysis of the newly arisen needs and feedback received in the process of the product’s maintenance.
  • Setting up a new project or project phase in pursuit of new goals.
Stage 2
Submission of a Technical Proposal
  • Appraisal of the project schedule.
Stage 4
Revision of the project
  • Assessment of the objectives set at the previous meeting,
    and analysis of the issues that have arisen since it was held.
  • Definition of the next set of objectives
  • Recommendations as to the project environment
  • Definition of the project budget
  • Modification of the contract with regards to the responsibilities of the partners
Stage 6
Completion of the project
  • Submission of the project report, the final recommendations.
  • Explanation of the implemented solution.
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