Project Management

SysPath’s SDLC framework provides a step-by-step guide through the phases of implementing both a physical and software-based system. It utilizes the Waterfall, Agile, or employing a hybrid model to set up an iterative structure that adapts to your organization’s needs. The most common stages of SDLC that we assume are Analysis/Feasibility, Planning/Requirements, Design, Testing, Deployment, Maintenance, Evaluation, and Closure.

We establish a baseline or milestones for each phase of a system development life cycle. These baselines assist the project management team to closely monitor performance and report to stakeholders on the efficacy of the project implementation.

SysPath success in modernizing legacy systems is due to strict adherence to SDLC methodologies that provided the necessary structure to guide through the challenges and the complicated process to avoid costly mistakes and expedite development with the only goal of moving physical or software-based systems through phases.

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