Libra Tech follows the D4 Development Model that defines a set of flexible process steps which allows to Discover, Design, Develop and Deploy. The Project work plan is derived from the tasks and deliverables indicated by the model. All tasks and deliverables are further customized to the client's project requirements.
In order to manage the project effectively, Work is further broken into measurable tasks that are scalable for any individual or a small team to perform. The output of these tasks serves as inputs to subsequent tasks and overall project deliverables. These serve as Progress Markers, enabling the client to gauge and measure the quality and progress of work being performed. Libra Tech engages a host of diverse tools to secure effective collaboration. Shared configuration management systems, repositories and status trackers.
Libra Tech has built its capability in application development by executing several challenging projects of varying sizes and complexities from concept stage to delivery stage- feasibility study, general design, prototyping, detail design, functional specifications, coding, testing, training, conversion and installation. Depending on the scope of the project, Libra Tech employs various development methodologies- be it Libra Tech Iterative Methodology (LTIM), Rapid Application Development or Waterfall Methodology.
Development of components, business components and system components is an integral part of Libra Tech development activity. Libra Tech vast experience in software development based on Component Technologies has resulted in a rich reservoir of components that can be re-used. Libra Tech uses the components developed so far to gain fast development advantage as well as to ensure reliability of the final product. The objects developed by Libra Tech are often used as the building blocks for various applications.
Libra Tech understands that a ready supply of component ware is necessary to develop component-based solutions. A component marketplace is rapidly developing as software developers like Libra Tech ramp up their efforts to meet the demand for pre-built components and subassemblies.