Software Development Methodologies

Software Development Methodologies


The software development methodology is also known as system development methodology or a Software Process. It is actually a set of software development activities divided into phases for the purpose of management and planning of application and software.

To be a success, the project needs to deliver a product that advances your market position, propel you ahead of the competition and provides tangible business value—all while meeting the expected schedule, scope requirements and budget constraints.


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The project deployment process entails various software development methodologies having different unique requirements. Some of these methods deal with specific aspects like syntax, structure, delivery and timely implementation of the project.

Since 2007, Zeeshsoft has accumulated a wealth proficiency in various popular software development methodologies including Scrum, Lean, Scrum ban and waterfall.

No matter what kind of approach your project demands, we have the expertise and skills to work seamlessly, or independently integrate with your team to provide outstanding results.


In software development methodologies, the water model is considered as the fundamental concept. It clarifies the model of software into a linear flow manner. Each level will be beginning only after the completion of the current step which points to the fact that at any level, going back to the previous stages is impossible. Such a model could be well fit when:

  • The technology is well understood and the project is short in duration.
  • The requirements are not changed a lot even after the development begins.
  • The budget control is of paramount importance, and the budget of a project is fixed.


Scrum methodology is good enough for changing project requirements that iterate regularly. It is initiated with continuous conferences, transitory planning and concludes with the review and feedback will also be considered in the advanced stages. The model is best suited for more complex and larger projects that fulfill following criteria:

  • Project requirements are loosely defined or only a rough project vision is available.
  • Both parties are willing to refine and discuss the requirements frequently to advance the project.
  • Probability of changing the requirements are high during the project course.