• Requirement Gathering, Analysis and Documentation

Requirement gathering is an imperative past of any SDLC. This is a stage, where business analysis and technical team work together with client to bring forth their requirements and get a proper document prepared on these discussions/interactions. In an ideal scenario, a software development project without a proper document explaining the work flows, use cases, stake holders, etc stands to fail, for the simple reason that there is ambiguity in requirements. Softlogique offers Requirement Gathering, Analysis and Documentation as a separate service to its clients.

The analysis includes:

 a.  Stakeholder identification:

This step majorly revolves around identification of People or organizations that can operate the system. Here a list of stakeholders, who would be using the system directly or indirectly are identified.

 b.  As-Is and Gap analysis:

Studying the As-Is process includes understanding the business requirements and the current process. Precisely speaking, this is where we understand how the current system works or how the client envision the system to be.
This is an iterative step, where multiple discussions are held with clients. A set of questionnaires is usually prepared by us, so as to facilitate client in coming out with their requirements.The document derived from this stage is the foundation stage for the SDLC and is used as a point of reference for all further communications.

c.   Proposing the system:

The Approach for automating the current process can be defined in terms of:

SRS Document:

Architectural Requirements

Architectural requirements explain what has to be done by identifying the necessary system architecture of a system

Structural Requirements

Structural requirements explain what has to be done by identifying the necessary structure of a system.

Designing use cases

Each use case provides a set of scenarios that convey how the system will behave to achieve a specific business goal.


For application development projects,   It’s imperative for a client to understand, how their system would look, after development. Also, it’s advisable for the development team to present a prototype to client before starting with the development. At this stage, we start giving shape to everything framed in requirement gathering document in the form of atheistically, user friendly designs. The client is free to provide suggestions here and the same can be implemented during development. The designs delivered by us are visually appealing with ease of navigation.


  • Application Development

Softlogique provides bespoke application development services, offering solutions that can help its clients streamline their business processes. We have a strong foothold in working on customized business applications. We usually work around a SRS and SDD document to design and develop the system using the best industry practices. We offer the best resources to automate your business requirements and ideas.

  • Testing and Quality Assurance

Any project without proper testing will be full of bgs and errors and is bound to fail. This is why; we at Softlogique ensure correctness, completeness, security and quality before deployment of any project. We follow a planned and systematic approach, processes and procedures for ensuring quality in our projects. Before a project is started, we prepare test plans based on the requirement gathering document and then unit testing and complete project testing is done, based on the stage of development.

Our Quality Assurance approach has ensured a delivery of hundred of enterprise level applications, which are running at client end, without any issues.

Though a part of our software development package, we offer this service as an individual service to clients, who want to have their applications tested from us.

  • Application maintenance:

This is a part of the package of services, we offer to our clients, where we maintain the applications or websites designed by us for them.

We at softlogiue also offer maintenance of applications with technical issues, enhancements and issues coming up at  beta testing phase.