How Our Software Development Life Cycle Gets Better Results in Less Time

It’s tough to develop good software. It’s even tougher to do it on time and within budget.

By Mike Storey

In 2017, 49% of IT projects were late, and 43% went over budget. That leaves companies footing the bill for costs they weren’t expecting, and it introduces risk by creating greater urgency and pressure. Bringing those numbers down requires a tightly structured software development life cycle (SDLC) that provides consistency, creates clarity, and delivers faster results.

But what exactly does the SDLC look like? More importantly, how does it help us create better software designs for you?

Let’s take a look.

At Worthwhile, our SDLC lies at the heart of every software initiative we undertake. We believe it is vital to creating successful outcomes for our clients, and our clients say it is one of the things that differentiates Worthwhile in the world of custom software development. Our SDLC enables us to catch wrong assumptions, dig deep for core requirements, research quantitative value and business impacts, and create alignment among ...