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Punctual, reliable and a dream to work
"Fusioni is fantastic, punctual, reliable and a dream to work with. Reports are on time, and the developers obtain a complete and clear understanding..." - Trevor Simpson, Executive Chairperson, Eyedeas Company Asia-Pacific Co., Ltd, Thailand read more
Exactly what I envisioned
"Fusioni was patient to wait during the selection process as I had to go through so many offers. They made sure we both had a clear understanding on..." - Davemora, Westlake, USA read more
Outstanding Job
"Did excellent work, and completed the task quickly and really well. I will definitely use them again. This site required some difficult custom..." - Brian Irwin, Canada read more
Ahead of Schedule
"Excellent work by Fusioni! Understood the project brief well; and made sure to get full clarification on all aspects of the project. Kept in daily..." - Neil Doherty, Director at AIM Design, Ireland read more

Waterfall Model

Waterfall Model follows software development process in a sequential flow. Waterfall approach assumes that requirements are stable and frozen across the project development life cycle. However, this is usually not true in case of large projects where requirements may evolve across the development process.

Fusioni follows this methodology if and only if, client has a clear complete vision about their expectation and requirement in the final version of the project. We follow following stages to transform your business need into a complete workable IT project.

1. Conception: This phase involves identifying goals to be achieved and developing the business case for the project.

2. Initiation: A macro level study of the project requirements is being performed at this stage.

3. Analysis: It helps to carry out a detailed study of the project requirements and finally arrive at the exact requirements of the proposed system. As a result, it freezes the project requirements before the design phase begins.

4. Design: This phase involves into translating the identified requirements into a logical structure that can be implemented in a programming logic.

5. Integration and Testing: This involves integrating and testing all the modules developed in the previous phase as a complete system.

6. Implementation and maintenance: This transforms the system design into operation which may involve implementing the system and training the operating staff before the system goes live.