• Application Development methodology is developed by following ISO, CMM, and CMMI standard processes.more...
  • Application Development methodology is developed by following ISO, CMM, and CMMI standard processes.more...

Application Development

DPS Kuwait can provide you with the solution as per your requirements and exactly according to your need, and assures quality and certain success. DPS Kuwait first analyses your requirements and then design the application which can provide you with the best solution helping you efficiently meets the demanding challenges of rapidly changing technology world.

Based on CMMI Level 3 standard processes our efficient work force can provide you with an application which have high quality, easy to use and maintain, highly reliable and easy to deploy, hence we take care of every single aspect can come across you as a user from deployment to usage and then maintenance.

Just provide us with your idea, DPS Kuwait can provide you with the best possible software application; our highly qualified work force can translate your ideas in to technology. DPS Kuwait’s development team can develop new application as per demand, as well as can manage already developed applications with equal efficiency and command.


DPS Kuwait Application Development methodology is developed by following ISO, CMM, and CMMI standard processes, and is developed by keeping best practices in view. Following are the salient features of our Application Development methodology:

    • Integration and of best quality processes and their proper implementation.
    • Development keeping specific customers requirements in mind, and making sure they fulfill current business requirements.
    • A common Project Management framework for different project types / AD methods.
    • Making sure the implementation of standard process with suitable entry / exit criteria for full life cycle or phase level solutions.
    • Automation of AD processes and usage of Metrics for process improvement.

Our Approach

We adopt following two approaches to provide our customers with the best services possible:

• Classical Waterfall Methodology:

In the traditional Waterfall Methodology first comes the analysis phase, then the design phase, followed by the implementation phase, with testing completing the process. Each of the phases have defined entry and exit criteria. Phase transition is triggered through management decision point by signing off phase-end deliverables. This methodology is called the Waterfall Methodology because each phase flows naturally into the next phase like water over a series of falls.

This methodology is best suited when the requirements are frozen upfront and they are well-documented without any ambiguity. It is typically used for small projects.

• Iterative and Incremental Development Methodology:

Iterative and Incremental Development is a project development and management methodology, which allows for iterative project development and periodic progress measurement. This development methodology is derived from the well documented "helix / iterative" software engineering models.

The entire project cycle is sub-divided into vertical segments, called "slices" wherein each slice is a deliverable. Each slice is developed in isolation using the “waterfall model”. Developers will analyze, design, code and test in a tight loop.

Slice partitioning is done up-front, with the selection criteria being:

    • The slices are vertical i.e. they are not sub-systems. Slices cut across as much of the functionality of the system as possible, being tangible sets of functionality that allow the user to get a look and feel. Slices represent features. In case of schedule slippages, certain functionality releases may be differed.
    • Slices are executable and demonstrable.
    • A slice typically will take a few weeks to complete.

This allows a tangible part of the project to be complete at the end of a slice. Complete testing is carried out in each iteration. The deliverables for each of the slices include an executable that meets the functionality, associated analysis and design documentation and test results.

This methodology facilitates better risk management, better control on the project schedule through better monitoring and early corrective actions and better requirements management in an incremental mode.

This methodology facilitates requirement evolution during the development as well as helps in managing larger projects.