The purpose of this phase is to understand and document the project vision, goals, business domain, high-level architecture and deployment configuration, and initial project scope.
Requirements Capture is the process of analysing and identifying the requirements of a system and often involves a series of facilitated workshops attended by stakeholders of the system.
Requirement Analysis is performed on captured requirements. This process draws out common business functions and will identify the technical constraints and risks associated with the project.
Designing a software application requires a combination of technical, visual and usability considerations. The design process must balance technical functionality and visual elements to create a system that is not only operational but also usable and adaptable to changing user needs.
Over the years Dunstan Thomas have developed bespoke, integrated and standalone solutions to streamline and automate business processes for a diverse range of clients across multiple markets.
Tools & System Integration
Implementing tools is a critical step towards controlled, manageable and auditable processes across Requirements Management, Change Management and Source Control, Testing and Model Driven Development.
Testing & Implementation
Integrating into legacy or other systems to create a platform to manage all data sources and interactions.
Dunstan Thomas offers a comprehensive support infrastructure which can be tailored to each customer’s requirements ensuring that development teams replicate their environment as closely as possible.
Dunstan Thomas's extensive range of training courses, customised programmes and learning services will help you to develop and mature your working practices, improve and optimise software development through the application lifecycle and to maximise business performance.
Consulting & Mentoring
Dunstan Thomas provides a wide range of consulting services to complement our training course portfolio covering tools and products, modelling notations and methodologies and their integration.