Journey through Prototypes

If you can Imagine it, you can Create it!

The Foundation of Successful Development Is Software Discovery

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When you’re kicking off a new and exciting software project for your business, it can be tempting to dive right in. But without proper advance research, planning, and legwork, it’s impossible to know whether your team and the development team are aligned, and you’re likely to run into unpleasant (and expensive) surprises and change orders along the way. That’s where discovery and prototyping come in.

The Prophecy Discovery Process: An Overview

Before we write a single line of code, our engineers and business analysts work with your team to identify goals, create requirements, outline technical specifications, and build prototypes of the finished product. That way, we can begin development with the confidence that everyone is on the same page, set up for success in bringing your vision to life.

The discovery process allows us not only to align on goals, but also to create educated, accurate cost estimates and RFP responses, beginning the project with the car and transparency we value at every phase of our relationships with our clients.

Benefits of Software Project Prototyping

Even once your team and ours have worked together to outline the key goals and features of the new software system, it can be difficult for your team to visualize the system come to life — that’s not because you haven’t successfully defined what you need, but because your expertise is your business, not its software.

So, to mitigate the risk of revealing a finished product only to have you discover it isn’t what you wanted, we use prototyping as a gentle step from the realm of abstract requirements into a more concrete picture of how your software will look, feel, and work. The process is like dipping a toe in the water before diving in.

There are two main forms of prototyping that we use at Prophecy
We’ll work with your team to determine which prototyping
method is best for your product. Either way, our goal in this phase
of the discovery process is to ensure we can bring your new
system to life in the way you’ve envisioned it — before you’ve
invested significant resources in the project.
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