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Step 1.


Documenting key business processes and how they’re covered with existing software, understanding the capabilities and limitations of the existing IT environment.

Eliciting business needs and concerns regarding the existing and desired business process flows.

Analyzing a broad business strategy (e.g., planned company growth and IT budgets) that can affect architectural and tech choices for planned software.

Drawing up high-level functional and technical requirements to software.

Evaluating risks of possible negative impact on business processes due to the introduction of the new system (e.g., lost productivity and downtime associated with transitioning to new digital processes, business user training).


Step 2.

Enterprise software planning and design

Drawing up technical requirements for the new enterprise software.

Deciding on the architectural style of the new enterprise software system (mostly, point-to-point/event-driven service-based or microservices) and developing its detailed design.

Enterprise application integration architecture design.

Planning how data should flow and whether it needs to be transformed into a different format.

Checking how many communication protocols between integrated applications will be used.

Designing additional security enhancements.

Preparing a comprehensive QA strategy to verify all uni- and bidirectional calls between the integrated systems, backup and recovery mechanisms, how well the integrated system works within established bandwidth limitations, etc.


Step 3.

UX and UI design

UX designers and Business Analysts collaborate on UX research to understand the target audience and their needs, goals and mental models.

UX designers describe how a user will interact with the system (identify digital touchpoints) and design information architecture.

UX designers create wireframes that demonstrate basic content layout and functionality.

Wireframes get combined into a prototype of the application.

The prototype undergoes user testing.

Once the prototypes pass user testing, UI designers transform them into full-color graphic interface mockups that are then handed over to front-end developers.


Step 4.

EAS development and testing

Back-end development – to build the server side and APIs of new enterprise software. It also includes integration with required business applications.

Front-end development – to transform static interface images provided by UI designers into a fully functional enterprise client side and ensure its communication with the server.

Reviewing whether the system matches functionality, performance, security, and integration requirements. Testing usually runs in parallel with development.

In parallel with software development, training materials should be prepared to help users adopt the new system.


Step 5.

Data conversion and uploading

Inspecting the legacy data to migrate, avoiding duplicated or inconsistent data.

Deciding on the supported data formats and handling the required conversions if several data formats are in use.

Extracting, transforming and loading the legacy data.

Conducting ETL testing to ensure data stays complete and adequately transformed (also, where feasible, developing and running automated ETL testing, e.g., using tools as QuerySurge, Informatica DVO, ETL Validator)


Step 6.

EAS deployment

Software gets deployed and integrated with the required corporate infrastructure. Complex software should be first moved through staging and testing environments so that the team could safely introduce changes or catch remaining mistakes before release.


Step 7.

Further EAS evolution in iterations

The development and delivery of new working software modules continue iteratively according to the following scheme:


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