It can be quite difficult for non-technical customers to be able to actually visualize a customized software package and how it will work. This makes it a real challenge for users to clarify for the developer how it is supposed to function.
KCSI tries to make the development and customization process easier and more satisfying using the following methods:
– Building quick non-functional prototypes that walk through complex functionalities and specific instances. We can build quick prototypes using a wide variety of graphical tools available.
– Creating examples of the software that exhibit major functional features so that customers can walk-through windows to get a better feel for how things might work.
– Improving all aspects of the communications curve between the customer and the developer. The more the developer knows about the customer’s business, the better they will understand the challenges and the better they will be at describing the solution. This step will save both time and money later on if you take a little more time up front.
– Writing visual/functional documents that go beyond mere apt descriptions; emphasis is placed on how it will look and how easy it will be to use that receive the efforts here. Users need to see it to really understand how it is going to work.
Software development can be challenging and demanding but with KCSI’s purposeful attention to usage details, the information transfer between our customer and ourselves becomes much more efficient.
Contact KCSI today for any customization questions or ideas you might have.