he pre-product development phase necessitates three important actions: Market Study (done by you), Feasibility Study and Intellectual Property (IP) Protection (both done by us).
Our pre-development process
Pre-project development encompasses the important work that needs to take place before your project’s physical development starts. This phase, often underrated, is critical as you need to certain or reassured that the project is in fact deliverable before we start to dig the ground for design and manufacturing.
Experience has proven us that a proper investment (time and money) in the pre-development phase is essential to ensure that we make informed decision, save money, maximize our investment and ensure long-term financial and operational stability. Careful pre-development phases allows us to balance the program with our organizational and financial capacity and increases the likelihood of the long-term success of the project.
Our managers pay particular attention to this interrogation phase since the viability of a project is engaged. We ensure we got all the parameters in hand and make a feasibility study to give the “Go/No Go” to your project. As mentioned in our company page, we have the right to say “No” to a project if we consider this one as impossible or too risky to realize. Evaluating all the risks is part of our work for preventing unwanted incidents.
A feasibility study is a realistic appraisal’s of the proposed initiatives that can:
Evaluate and judge a particular proposal (test for feasibility); orPropose a number of options
Our feasibility study is based on the design of system requirements, to determine whether it is technically possible to handle the completion of the project. When writing a feasibility report, we take those below into consideration to make it the most complete as possible:
A brief description of the business to assess more possible factors which could affect the studyThe part of the business being examinedThe human and economic factorThe possible solutions to the problem
This technical feasibility assessment is focused on gaining an understanding of the present technical resources we got and their applicability to the expected needs of the proposed system. It is an evaluation of the hardware and software and how it meets the need of this system.