Analysis And Planning, How does this project connect to your company’s larger mission and goals?
Requirements, The next step is to understand the technical requirements of this project.
Design And Prototyping, With the requirements in place, it’s time to start designing what this software will look like and how it will function.
Software Development, With everyone onboard with the software’s proposed functionality and design, it’s time to build it according to the requirements and SOW.
Testing, As your team is developing the software, you’ll most likely be simultaneously testing, tracking, and fixing bugs.
Maintenance And Updates, The SDLC isn’t over once your software is in the wild. It’s a “lifecycle”, remember? The ending of one phase is just the beginning of another, and that goes for post-launch as well.