Website Development

World Wide Web

Impinge Solutions has vast experience in the field of world wide web. Our vast experience and rock-solid young and energetic team helps in delivering custom, web designs, web development, eCommerce solutions, content management systems, customized web solutions and 24×7 website support and maintenance. Over the last 6 years we have delivered more than 1000 web related solutions. We try and understand the client’s business model so as to provide the best online solution while giving them a high return on investment.

We make sure we follow the basic principles while doing any web related project. Some of these are that the website should be user friendly, easy to navigate, easy on eyes and should call for immediate action.

The Process

Impinge Solutions follows a four step process for any web related project. It starts from an idea to the actual end product which you ever wanted. The four stages are
  • Planning
  • Implementation
  • Testing
  • Deployment & Maintenance
Planning: The most important task in creating any web application is extracting requirements. Mostly customers have a very abstract idea of what they want as an end result. This is where our highly skilled team of professionals comes into play to extract the actual requirements from the incomplete and ambiguous idea in the client’s mind. Once that is done we so the complete analysis of the scope of the development and provide a proposal based on that.

Implementation: This is where the actual execution of what was planned is done. The designers and programmers work with the project manager/technical architects to deliver exactly the same product what was finalized in Stage 1. At times this stage runs in parallel with Stage 1.

Testing: At this stage actual testing of the product is done which is delivered after stage 2. At times, Testing runs along with the implementation.

Deployment & Maintenance: This is the final stage when the product has been fully developed and tested. Once deployed the web application is put on the maintenance mode for future changes.