How We Work

Building Blocks of our Work Process

Following are the popular concepts that we follow at Inogic:

Software Life Cycle

The Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) is a structured process that enables the production of high-quality, low-cost software, in the shortest possible production time. The goal of the SDLC is to streamline the process of software products such that it meets and exceeds all customer expectations and demands.

The SDLC defines and outlines a detailed plan with stages that include its own process and deliverables. Adherence to the SDLC enhances development speed, keeps the process in check and well-managed, and minimizes project risks and expenses associated with alternative methods of production.



The Agile model believes that every project needs to be treated uniquely and the existing methods need to be tailored to best suit the client’s requirements. In the Agile methodology, the tasks are divided into time boxes or short time frames to deliver specific features for a release.

An iterative approach is taken and a working software build/product is delivered after each iteration. Each build is incremental in terms of features; the final build holds all the features required by the customer.

The Agile process flow includes concept, initiation, iteration or construction, release, production, and retirement, as described below:

Multiple iterations will take place during the Agile software development lifecycle and each follows its own workflow. During an iteration, customers and business stakeholders provide feedback to ensure that the features meet their needs.

A typical iteration process flow can be visualized as follows:

A few advantages of the Agile Model are as follows


Scrum is a software product development strategy that organizes software developers as a team to reach a common goal — creating a ready-for-market product. It is a widely used subset of agile software development.
In a rugby scrum, all the players literally put their heads together. When it comes to software development, a scrum can be characterized by developers putting their heads together to address complex problems.

Scrum software development starts with a wish list of features — that is a product backlog. The team meets to discuss:

Scrum relies on an agile software development concept called sprints:

In daily scrums, teams meet to discuss their progress since the previous meeting and make plans for that day:

Who attends SCRUM:


Automation in software development is a way to minimize errors during the software development process, make it faster and more cost-efficient, and improve team collaboration and productivity.

The software development automation setup process depends on the chosen automation option and the development project specifics.

The low-code approach to software development requires little to no coding to build applications and automate processes. The cost of low-code development is nearly four times less than developing an application from scratch with custom coding. Low-code development technologies include:

Automated software testing implies writing code-based test scripts to execute all test steps automatically. To develop test scripts, and validate and maintain test code, test automation engineers employ specific test automation tools.

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