Waterfall Methodology is considered to be one of the most popular version of the systems development life cycle model for software engineering. This model, which is often considered as the classic approach to the process life
cycle enables the development method linear and sequential. This methodology comes with definite goals for each development phase. Just like the natural waterfall on the cliff of a steep mountain, in this process once a phase of development is completed, it proceeds to the next phase without any turning back.
This popular methodology among many IT companies also helps clients to set a schedule with deadlines for each stage of development for final delivery of projects on time. Besides, it allows swift flow of development process from concept, through design, implementation, testing, installation, troubleshooting, and ends up at operation and maintenance.
Applicable for large-medium-small businesses alike, this methodology gives no or very less scope of changes with clearly defined understanding and functionality. In simpler terms, it can be said that Waterfall is considered to be
the perfect solution when all the requirements are clearly defined to meet a defined deliverable.
Get the waterfall development advantage from Hidden Brains that allows managerial and departmental controls. Clients can get the wholesome benefit of Waterfall Methodology. It saves them time during the implementation phase by capturing design errors even before any software is written. Besides, Waterfall Methodology comes with a host of benefits. It gives an excellent technical documentation, which is a part of the deliverables. This enables the new programmers to accelerate their speed of development easily during the maintenance phase. With this structured approach, measuring the progress of the project becomes simple by reference to defined milestones.
Hidden Brains offers Waterfall approach to the customers as the total cost of projects can be accurately estimated after defining requirements through functional and user interface specifications. This model also makes testing easier as it can be conducted by reference to the scenarios defined in the functional specifications.