Systems Integration Services
Processia offers a full range of services associated with solution design to assist you in deploying your solution successfully into your environment. It’s an undeniable fact that no solution can be built without proper pre thought or design. Solution design plays a pivotal role and lays a strong foundation in building a scalable and robust solution.
- Outlining functional and technical aspects of the solution
- Base lining the gaps and fits identified during the business analysis phase
- Mapping the business requirements to a scalable solution
- Help to measure and estimate the effort involved in developing the solution
- Comprehensive documentation to share a common view and lead towards the detailed architecture of the solution
Invariably defining the functional specifications is the starting point of a solution design phase. It basically enableshe developers to understand what they have to build, the testers to baseline and write the test cases accordingly and the stakeholders to review, agree and approve the solution.
It’s a visual behaviour of the solution in terms of the user interface, navigations, error messages, size and type of the input fields, attributes, different approaches, supporting web browsers and many more.
The volume of information that goes into the functional specification really depends on what the business stake holders are expecting and also on the details required by the developer and tester.
In contrast to the functional specification, the technical specification formalizes development steps by adding actual and intricate information required by the developer to build the solution.
It acts as a manual and records vital technical information about the current development activities. It also becomes a point of reference for the future enhancements and upgrades and an ongoing document for the entire lifecycle of the project.
The technical specification document includes data modelling, UML diagrams and technical details.
- Solution Architecture Document
- Functional Specification Document
- Use Cases Document
- Security Profiles Document
- Technical Specification Document
- Project Plan & Estimation
At Processia, we stress on the fact that design is the heart of the solution and we take the responsibility to create a scalable design and provide adequate information by documenting the functional and technical aspects of the solution. We safely enable the customer to move from current state to desired future state.
A Technical Architect has a 360 degree view of the information system of the company. Our technical architects are specialized on the information system Enovia V6, the PLM of Dassault Systèmes. We can offer to you the following services to improve your information system.
In order to provide you the best assistance in your projects, our teams maintain a high quality of skills.
Your project requires a sustained attention. These are the different deliveries we can supply to help you get the most out of it.
- Technical architecture document
- Operation document
- Installation document
- Sizing document
- Test document
- Performance environment (hardware & software)
- Continuous integration environment (hardware & software)
- Monitoring environment (hardware & software)
- V6 environment ready to use (hardware & software)
- V6 Requirement document
- Maintaining an operational environment (TMA)
- V6 virtual machine (hardware & software)
With Processia software development services that use the Agile/SCRUM methodology, you can achieve your software development projects. This is possible, thanks to our development center that offers a multidisciplinary team, experts in software engineering, ergonomics and performance measurement and also a structure focused on delivering value using an approach to project management performance.
A progressive approach
The Agile development, also called "adaptive development", is a style of iterative software development centered on people and focusing on customer satisfaction through continuous integration of a fully functional software.
The principles and foundations of Agile development are based on implement individuals and interactions rather than processes and tools. We put the emphasis on humans as individuals and the expertise of development teams and they communicate with each other very tightly.
This also ties in the concepts of iterative development (concept phase) and continuous integration (the concept of daily builds) with a priority on simplicity and robustness of the product code (routine tests).
The client becomes a full partner, participating in the development. That determines the goal to get a real appreciation; which alone justifies the efforts made during development.
At Processia, we aim to respond to changes, rather than following a plan. It is clear that nobody, not even the client, can accurately capture all of the requirements early in the project. The Agile development is to achieve a compromise between the original specifications presented to developers and the end result. This requires tools for monitoring and a constant attitude of cooperation with the client.
The Agile development is primarily based on the efficiency and adaptation, always aiming to respond to all requests within the timescales and costs. To put these principles into action, more Agile development methodologies have been synthesized. Processia supports "Scrum" methods.
This approach, developed by Ken Schwaber is a term that comes from a strategy in rugby. It means to be closer to the management of human resources rather than an actual method of development. This is aimed so that the human side of development is not forgotten.
The main characteristics of Scrum are:
- Identify changes early
- Give confidence to developers and let them do their job
- Iterations of 30 days ("sprints") to allow time to code
- Hold meetings every day to supervise teams and realign objectives
At Processia, we always believe in attention to details and keep quality at the helm of affairs. We understand it is important that each customer requirement needs to be detailed and validated by following the right set of testing procedures. This is why we script the test procedures and validate them against each customer requirement. Also, to ensure the end user is at ease when the system is at end user's disposal, we follow the industry standards or industry best practises.
We repeatedly ask ourselves the conventional question, are we building the right solution?
This is why it is important to:
- Prioritise and find issues in the early stages of the solution development lifecycle
- Iteratively evaluate the solution both during and also after the development is completed.
We follow agile methodologies to execute the project and therefore we continuously involve the customer in evaluating the evolving solution from an end user per se. This enables us to tackle the issues early in the lifecycle and avoid major surprises after the solution has been developed and commissioned.
"A system is only as good as its users"
Those are words we stand by.
At Processia , we understand the value in educating users. We know that providing training tailored to our clients’ business processes is critical to onboarding users, and promoting productivity in the long term.
Our consultants bring their vast experience from diverse industries to the classroom. They promote best practices, and industry standards by guiding users throughout their journey of learning and adopting PLM systems.
Our skilled professionals provide Instructor-led training as well as offline support to end users.
Being a "Dassault Systèmes System Integrator" gives us access to a wealth of training material. This foundation is then complemented by individually designed courses benefiting all business levels; from power users, to viewers, and system administrators alike.
We ensure that your organization maximizes its investment in technology by delivering training adapted to your requirements.