Our Customer is an established bank institution providing financial services for individuals and legal entities. The Customer had a web solution that offered remote servicing (payments, money transfers, bank statements, etc.). As it no longer fulfilled the corporate needs, it was decided to migrate to a new web portal with enhanced user experience. Before the new system implementation, it was of crucial importance to make sure it was capable of working with the required load. PixelCrayons QA and testing engineers demonstrated solid expertise in working with banking solutions as well as providing performance testing, and the Customer chose our team to perform the task.
The Discovery Phase- Our business analysts performed a lot of research and brainstorming before the app development process. At the end of the discovery phase the “Who, Why, What, When and Where” of the project were thoroughly scrutinized.
The Execution Phase- After gathering all the nuts and bolts to proceed, it was time for project execution. Our designers, developers and quality analysts followed agile development process for execution and worked side-by-side to achieve the project aims. Our project managers also did regular reviews to check the progress of the project went smoothly and according to the time.
Sprint Base Project Delivery-We took client’s feedback on each stage of development and applied the feedback in the project. It helped us to meet the client’s expectations in the best possible manner.
The Deployment Phase- Now, app was ready to be unleashed to the world after rigorous development & testing period. We deployed the app in the appstore.
We ensured solution quality and performance in line with specific demands of customer. We reduced total cost of ownership and performance issues elimination at early stages. Faster response time and system’s availability and stable performance during peak loads. System’s confirmed readiness to cope with expected load everyday and ensured positive user experience. We guaranteed performance during a load increase and return to normal functioning after the load drops.