Our As-Is-Plus model for capturing system requirements completely removes the burdensome task of determining To-Be business specifications with high levels of rigor prior to commencing design and development. It is integral to our agile, iterative approach to software engineering that is possible because of the ease of modifying an application.
High level design specification is all that is needed. Using our visual gap methodology for capturing system design, an As-Is-Plus specification ensures easy comprehension by all participants, from the system architect to the nontechnical business analyst.
The assembly approach to development reduces the amount of required source code by over 90%, resulting in a reduction of both time and programming staff by over 80%. This leads to improved productivity without sacrificing the end product’s functional capabilities or reliability.
With less than 10% of the developed application represented in newly written source code, testing and verification are rapid, efficient and of consistently high quality. The integrated automated simulation services allow both functional and performance verification to be tracked throughout the lifecycle.
A suite of fully customizable and field tested factory deployment tools has been built using the technology framework. These tools eliminate the normal countless staff hours spent in developing deployment tools. This capability also permits the full management of custom solutions to accommodate unique requirements of each customer/stakeholder in the enterprise.
It is estimated that 70% - 80% of software TCO is in maintenance. The Enginuity framework provides a complete set of System Administration tools that are integrated into all Enginuity- assembled applications. This empowers system administrators with the ability to implement application changes traditionally relegated to those with more technical programming skills.