What is a Methodology?

A methodology is a set of: phased workflows, individual process workflows, process procedures, templates, samples, aids, and instructions. These tools and techniques are carried out to deliver the product or service of the program. A methodology conditions people to repeat the same steps for every program generating efficiencies.

Konsult Methodology

What will a Methodology not do?

A methodology is not a silver bullet. It will not fix programs by itself or guarantee success. Methodologies need to be customized and refined over the course of a maturity cycle and ensure it adapts to any changes in the enterprise environment. We have spent 13+ years perfecting our methodology.

Benefits of a Methodology

A methodology provides a clear process for managing programs and establishes clear expectations for teams of what has to be completed to deliver each program, in the optimum order and how the work should be done.

At Konsult we're sticklers for using defined systems and processes. Why? In our 13+ years of designing and developing websites and systems, we've proven that the procedures we use increase the success of projects by:

  • Accelerating delivery
  • Averting risk
  • Requiring less people
  • Decreasing project cost
  • Enabling the highest quality results

Proven Processes build strong Business Relationships

We foster strong business relationships with all our clients. We believe the best way to do this is to understand each others visions by following defined processes and procedures. You'll know what we are doing, why we're doing it and we'll make sure you are completely satisfied by understanding and delivering to your specifications and requirements.

The key concepts of our methodology are:

  • Begins at project conception; continues through to deployment
  • Employs a flexible framework to support the varying requirements of any project
  • Consists of a series of short development cycles and iterations that allow for progressive learning and refinement
  • Is divided into 5 phases, each having a milestone to mark the exit of the phase

For more information;