WebWalas is a leading outsourced product Web development company from India and has focused in
this space since inception. Our outsourced product development model delivers high
quality, reliable and cost-effective Software Product Lifecycle services to Walas globally.
WebWalas Global Delivery Model for Software Product Development enables product development
companies (independent software vendors or software publishers) to reduce their cost of
software product development dramatically while keeping control on the product
architecture. It also enables easy ramping up and ramping down of product teams based on
WebWalas has developed a unique joint-venture model of partnering with software companies
to create a dedicated virtual offshore subsidiary complemented by highly skilled product
engineering experts-on-demand. We partner with software companies for world-class product
development by aligning technology and competency based domain excellence centers that
drive long-term value to our clients through knowledge retention. This offers the best of
both worlds; the flexibility of outsourcing combined with the control of a captive
subsidiary without the drawbacks of either.
The services offered by us include:
Drive innovation, validate new product ideas, verify and prototype their potential for
customers and investors.
By combining your products ideas with our delivery capabilities, you can quickly reap
time-to-value, offer a more complete product mix and thereby increase your market share and
Independent Quality Assurance & Testing:
Our Independent Test & Verification service improves quality and reliability of our
client’s products leading to higher client satisfaction and reduced support costs.
Product Maintenance & Customer Support:
Continuing support and maintenance for new, expanding, and retiring product lines help our
clients to retain their customers.
Product Migration & Software Porting:
Transition client’s products between various platforms and designs helping them enhance
their market reach and customer base.
Increasing the life of a product by adding features to keep it relevant to changing market
Enhancing our clients service offering through a range of product implementation and
support services including Installation, Customization, Integration and Level 1, 2 and 3
100% Transparent and Proven Outsourced Product Development Methodology
Partnership Model extending client culture, technology, & domain excellence
Intellectual Property Protection
People & Work Environment that are committed, intellectually challenging, offers higher
energy & empowered teams
Quality practices are our way of working, our attitude
Faster time to market ......
Managing complex software development projects is about efficient utilization of resources,
risk management, accurate estimation of budgets and timelines, experienced selection of
appropriate technologies, and scheduling feature development to meet time-to-market
requirements. Risk is a reality in every project; WebWalas iterative methodology for
software development is designed specifically to mitigate risk.
The most important question to answer before starting product development is: Why is this
product needed in the marketplace? The answer to this question constitute the business
objectives of the product that should drive its entire lifecycle.
A software product's
development lifecycle is comprised of four facets:
Requirements: What features will the product have?
Design: How will the product offer these features?
Coding: How will the features be coded and unit tested?
Testing and delivery: How will the product be tested and delivered to customers?
These four facets are managed by a project plan that determines when the software product
will offer the required features.
In a traditional Waterfall lifecycle model, the project plan organizes the four phases in a
strict serial order. A lot of time is spent up front to define and analyze requirements and
to complete the design of the target system before a line of code is written. This model
does not handle changes in requirements or design well. In addition, it creates an
artificial separation between business analysts, architects, designers, and programmers,
leading to the risk of miscommunication and divergence between the business objectives and
vision of a software product and its implementation.
Using an Iterative lifecycle model, the four facets of a software product are integrated so
that business objectives drive the entire process, and the requirements and design are
continuously refined while the code evolves. The project plan arranges the development into
small releases, and mandates continuing integration of all coded components, incremental
builds, and periodic validation of refined requirements and design. By doing so, it
encourages a shared ownership of the product among business analysts, software architects,
Web designer, programmers, and testers; this shared ownership reduces the risk of
miscommunication and divergence. It also enables continuing refinement and integration to
avoid any unpleasant surprises just before the delivery date.
The Benefits of WebWalas Iterative Methodology are the following:
Quick feedback loop from business stakeholders to engineering back to business stakeholders
Rapid software product conceptualization and materialization through prototyping
Ability to refine requirements and design, and handle changes in both in the early phases
of a product lifecycle
Focus on getting the highest priority features and the highest risk features implemented as
fast as possible
Ability to validate pieces of design incrementally, providing continuous analysis and
mitigating the risks .