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Application Development

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Major IT Services

::  Process Reengineering
::  Application Development
::  Application Architecture


::  Testing & Quality Check

Client's Speak


"We appreciate the  web application designed and developed by Lotus, which helped to transform the overall present scenario of our business I wish all success in near future to Lotus"

- Director, Client


Our approach towards application development is not only developing or programming applications but differs from programming itself in that where it has a higher level of responsibility, starting from requirement capturing, design , development, testing and deployment. The focus of our application development is primarily on the process applied for and the proven industry standard to follow with. Standards recently applied by many software organization are such as ISO 12207, CMMI, ISO 9000, ISO 15504 also known as SPICE and Six Sigma. We at Lotus adopt and practice the CMMI process  in all of our application development phases.

Our approach towards Application Development

  • Domain Analysis

    • We create a generic architecture describing all of the system processes in a domain.

    • Provide an overview of proposed methodologies for domain analysis.

    • We design artifacts, of a domain analysis which are sometimes object-oriented models (represented with the Unified Modeling Language (UML)) and/or data models (represented with entity-relationship diagrams (ERD)). 

  • Software Elements Analysis

    • First we try to extract the system requirements.

    • Frequently demonstrate prototypes which reduce the risk that the requirements are incorrect.

    • We try to remove, ambiguous or contradictory requirements that are recognized by software engineers.

  • Scope Analysis

    • Once the general requirements are recorded from the client, an analysis of the scope of the development is determined and clearly stated. This is often called a scope document.
    • Certain functionality may be out of scope of the development project as a result of unclear requirements at the time the development, and are rectified accordingly.
    • If the development is done externally, this document is considered as a legal document so that to avoid any disputes or ambiguity with the client.
  • Software Architecture

    • We design the abstract representation of the system.
    • We are mainly concerned with making sure that the software system will meet the requirements of the product, as well as ensuring that future requirements can be addressed.
    • We also take care of the interfaces between the software system and other software products, as well as the underlying hardware of the host operating system.
  • Coding

    • We formulate a high level of structured code which is the most obvious part of the application development job.

Our Speciality

Lotus has come with a major break through in improving the software development process by incorporating the CMMI model; Treating CMMI as a technology adoption activates a different mindset than the one typically applied to process improvement and enables to gain benefit from some of the tools and concepts of the technology adoptions.

To interpret CMMI practices we consider the overall context in which these practices are used and determine how well these practices satisfy the goals of a process area within that context. CMMI models do not imply which processes are right for the organization or project. Instead, CMMI models establish minimal criteria to meet in planning and implementing processes selected by the organization for improvement based on business objectives.

We use professional judgment to interpret CMMI practices. Although process areas describe behavior that may be exhibited in any organization, our practices are interpreted using an in-depth knowledge of the CMMI model being used, the organization, the business environment, and the specific circumstances involved.