Energee3 offers development services for projects and application procedures with “turnkey” solutions. We can respond to your implementation requirements and guarantee high quality results. The development of “turnkey” projects is split into the following stages:

Feasibility study. In the preliminary stage, we conduct a feasibility study that includes collecting the requirements, and the relative processing and formalisation of the architectural and technological solution, along with an estimate of the implementation times and costs.

Design. One of our laboratories, managed by specific professional figures, deals with the design of the interface (when it exists) and the application, involving the customer and the final users in the analysis. This important software implementation stage makes it possible to check the usability and fulfilment of the requirements on real interactive prototypes. Although it adds another step to the two classical analysis and development stages (i.e. the prototype implementation step), this type of process makes the work of the developers (and the software or system maintenance operators) much simpler, since the need for subsequent editing or maintenance is reduced. In this way the production process will be lighter and less costly and the final user satisfaction will make the relationship with IT simpler and less oriented towards continuous problem-solving.

Real software development. We refer to the standard Project Management Institute (PMI) for project management, distinguishing the stages of the software lifecycle according to the following groups of processes:

  • Initiating, which includes all the initial project stages, such as the authorisation aspects, the contractual aspects and the preliminary definition of the Planning project, i.e. all the development stages of the project plan
  • Executing, with reference to the project implementation and coordination processes
  • Monitoring & Controlling, stages relative to the observation processes of the project, implementation, troubleshooting and corrective actions
  • Closing, which includes the processes involved in formally closing the project.