Within this process we define the high-level functional and supplemental requirements, and determine the scope and prioritize its elements. We use workshop technique to conduct these activities. The workshops used in this phase are high-level facilitated workshops where a lot of brainstorming occurs. Therefore, techniques that allow this kind of activity can be successfully used (for example, brown bag sessions).
In the Requirements Analysis process, the Business Requirements are captured and analyzed and the functional requirements are transformed and structured into a Business Use Case Model.
Use Case Models are used to document the requirements of the system in details, for the business as well as the project team. During the Inception phase, you should not describe every use case in details, this is neither necessary nor reasonable, as many use cases will evolve through the phases. The users should be involved in developing the Business Use Case Model, as they can provide the best input to give a more precise understanding of the requirements. It might be useful to use workshops to collect the missing pieces in the requirements that we need to form the Business Use Case Model. It all depends on the level of details and accuracy of the requirements captured in the Business Requirements process.
During the Design process, the system is shaped and formed to meet functional and supplemental requirements. At this stage the focus is on an architectural level. The architecturally significant use cases that have been analyzed in the Analysis process are taken further to design architectural significant classes, software components and their interfaces. We will also create an initial Logical Database Design, applying the rules and principles of relational system design.
In order for businesses to remain ahead of an ever-changing market and meet rapidly evolving customer demands, they must effectively plan and execute transformational initiatives to create breakout growth and sustainable market leadership.
This leads to understand that transformation is a strategic business imperative that may yield a significant improvement in the business performance.
While the vast majority of executives (86%) said that business transformation is necessary for continued success, many are struggling with it.
The study reveals that 1 in every 5 respondents felt that their attempts in transformation had failed; and 3 in 5 have not yet attempted a transformation.
Overall findings from the study include
Continuous transformation is crucial to staying ahead of the curve but many business leaders say their organization is ready yet.
Nearly half (48%) of the executives believe their organizations are only somewhat or not at all prepared to successfully execute a business transformation.
It’s not just about efficiency, it’s about innovation.
Global executives say that changes in the client expectations and technology advances are key drivers for business transformation recently, followed by the shifting competitive landscape.
Execution can make or break it.
The top reasons for successful initiatives include the support from leadership (51 %) as well as the strong and competent execution (48 percent).
The key to executing a successful business transformation is a clear understanding of financial reality.
Executives rated a balanced scorecard showed that key metrics and achievement towards goals (46%) as the top most critical capabilities to a successful transformation execution.
The failure to anticipate and account for risk can quickly derail a business transformation.
Top challenges to successful business transformation are related to the ability of the organization to accurately account for, predict and build risk contingency plans.
The Business Transformation Team helps our customers manage the investment they made to drive their business more efficiently, grow their revenue and increase margins.
Reduce sales cycle times.
Improve competitiveness and conversion rates.
Reduce solution implementation costs.
Increase customer satisfaction.
Nagham Consulting has the highest level of expertise to help you get the most value out of your software investment.
Our Goal is to ensure that you are successfully using your business applications that will make you realize the greatest ROI as quickly as possible.
Because of our domain expertise, Nagham is helping companies increase their revenue, take cost out of their business and streamline business processes using products in the technology and communication domains featuring many partner vendors like Oracle, Redhat and CSG.
The approach that we follow to deliver these business results is called
During the Elaboration phase, three significant work products are produced in the Implementation process; the Functional Prototype, the Architectural Prototype, and the User Interface Standards Prototype.
To create the Functional Prototype, the use cases that are most critical are simulated in a prototype and validated by the users
(as part of the Requirements Analysis process)
The Architectural Prototype is based on the use cases that have been identified to be most architecturally challenging.The prototype should take the form of how the major components should be built. This helps in mitigating technological risks that may be encountered by trying out the pieces of technology to be used in developing the system.The biggest technological risks are inherent in how the components of a design fit together rather than in the components themselves.
The User Interface Standards Prototype defines the user interface standards for the application.It is beneficial if the task is performed as early as possible in the Elaboration phase, so that the standards are defined and can be used as early as possible.
We provide Software Integration Services
(Systems Integration based in middleware platforms like Oracle Fusion Middleware, SOA Suite, Redhat JBoss…etc)
Nagham offers high quality products due to its adherence to quality standards that is applied through performing various types of testing over the products. We also offer many types of testing consultations, outsourcing and automation techniques.
The diversity of testing tools, types, plans and techniques empowers our team to deliver tangible results and high clients’ satisfaction.
We provide unique value in the way we use our special techniques in conducting Unit, Performance and Automating testing.
We Provide high quality testing consultations through our team of testing professionals spanning from testing infrastructure criteria like tools, environment and budget, to project testing reviews like plan, conditions, cases and requirements. We also audit the whole process of software production to find the defects that could delay the deliverables schedule.
Test Policy & Strategy
Defect Life Cycle
Testing and Auditing
Test Outsourcing services
We empower our customers, both programmers and end users to be in control of the quality of the software they use. Software testing has to be fast, automated, and as easy and accessible as any web application. Accordingly we provide our clients with Testing as a Service (TaaS) and Testing as a Managed Service (TaaMS) models, with the proper staffing support onsite, remotely and blended testing.
Considering diverse types of testing, Nagham ranging from simple Static Testing, to complex Dynamic Testing, Manual, Automated, Functional, Non-Functional, etc many different testing approaches and techniques.
We use Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery framework to ensure source code is reliable and could be released or tested any time without surprises.
Continues Delivery also perform the automated test frequently to assure that latest changes didn’t break the existing functionality.
As a process, Continues Delivery collaborates Source Control, issue tracking system and automated test into one process.
Technologies & Tools
SVN / Git / CVS
Jenkins / Hudson
Ant / Maven