We learn from our Experience
Product Development is all about creating a stable workable system from the seemingly unknown and invisible objects. It is possible only when we completely understand all the components of the system and follow successful processes in the highest form of discipline.
We have over a decade of experience in handling various product development and converting them into fully functional systems.
Our success model revolves around three principles. Technology, Domain, and Process.
We give importance to these three aspects when developing any product. We are up to date, follow the best practices, train resources, and horn their skills to remain at the top of the technology.
We learn the domain, train the team, and update ourselves throughout the product development life-cycle. We follow Agile Methodology and have our own unique process fitting our requirements.
Every time we launch a product, we learn from our experience and make efforts to deliver better the next time.
- We redefined product development with our unique approach. Our product development life-cycle is robust and complete. We never compromise on the quality and pay utmost attention to user satisfaction.
- The products we created have empowered users to take care of services themselves, and, with mobile devices that are part of their everyday lives.
- Clients were happy with our highly friendly user-interfaces and the great user experiences that we offered.
- User empowerment has kept us on our toes in redefining our reputation in new ways for the new challenges. And, we are ready!
- We believe in learning from failure and failing fast. Both these have immense co-relation with our process and thus have made us what we are today.
- One cannot pre-determine all the dimensions of the product; split the development process into a predictable outcome.
- The skills a team needs for a product cannot be pre-set; numerous interactions within and without would make the team self-organize for a completely new challenge.
- One cannot pre-fix all the potentialities of user-experience; a user can change the dimensions of the product in unthought-of ways.
With new technologies and skills required to handle the products we develop, Span's timeline could never be linear. It moved to take on challenges that keep every team's toes on. It grew in the directions of knowledge sharing and social commitment. And the stories get more interesting