PROJECT DEVELOPMENT METHODOLOGY
eSense is devoted to reliably enriching and applying cutting-edge processes and procedures to continue our unique venture of providing comprehensive solutions to clients. Therefore, eSense employs EDGE, Essential Development Guidelines of eSense, which is a Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) guidance on how to effectively design, develop, test, deploy, operate, and support software solutions. It also provides several project management practices and guidelines in order to ensure the effective management of software projects from initiation to closure.
EDGE provides industry with the best practices in a readily useable form and incorporates a wealth of industrial knowledge and experience based on the Microsoft Solutions Framework (MSF4) and Project Management Institute Standards (PMI).
EDGE is an iterative, scenario-driven developmental process for building software applications. It directly incorporates practices for handling the quality of service requirements such as performance and security. It also explicitly calls out that project risk is a success criterion for the optimal delivery of software. EDGE anticipates the need to adapt to change and focuses on people as the most important component for the success of any project. It also emphasizes the delivery of functional software and promotes customer validation as key success measures. EDGE also promotes broad quality assurances and process improvement initiatives.