The software development process at Softek Print

Softek has applied the own software development standard that has some stages in order to decrease the service time, the cost and the price to produce. This will save your time, ensure the technical requirement and the investing level of project.

This standard is suitable for many type of projects. The service time for each stage is various and unfixed. For each case, we will flexibly make it shorten or lengthen but the project still fulfils. The potential costs will not include in total time used to perform the work according to our standard.



Contact the customers and gathering the information:
Our staff will carry out an contact directly with the customers to discuss some issues such as: their requirements, the software’s function, gathering the images and documentations about their company.
Giving specific instructions and professional advices to the customers for using our services and setting up an framework for the software.

Analyzing the problems:
Our requirement analyzing unit will list the software’s structure and functions. Sketching out the main info and graphical user interface (GUI), expansion ability of the software in the future.

Devising and trial running the plan or design for the software-based solution:
Our design unit will receive the comments from the requirement analyzing unit and design the entire GUI.
When everything has done, we will send the customers a pack of GUI. This pack will not work as a software, it is just a interface so it has no codes. We will modify this pack if the customers do not please yet.

Implementation of the software:
Our software engineers actually program the code for the software.

This part of the process ensures that bugs are recognized as early as possible.

After the code is appropriately tested, it is distributed to the customers.
We will carry out an tranning for the customers to use the software.

Maintenance and bug fixing:
Maintaining and bug fixing software to cope with newly discovered problems or new requirements.