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We aim to produce a customer centric web platform. Based on your requirement, we choose a suitable technology stack. Our processes ensure a minimal go-to-market time.
Build scalable and secure mobile solutions on the technology of your choice. We work on Native as well as Hybrid applications - Android, iOS, React, and Flutter.
Extensive testing ensures robustness.Our testing team has deep expertise in Web and Mobile Testing, Load and Performance Testing, A/B Testing, and Security Testing.
Managed 500,000 concurrent users.
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The aim of Product Re-Engineering is to modify a product, using the methods of Product Re-Engineering. It helps to optimize the performance of existing systems. How? Via product re-engineering, we are able to add new features and functionalities, while taking advantage of emerging technologies. The need to re-engineer may arise either due to fulfilling some business need to stay ahead of the competitor.
Steady Rabbit has evolved a unique 5 step process that helps to bring out the best outcome. We first perform an in-depth analysis of the existing system and functionalities. Further, we go throught the software code. Now we create a software specification document that details out the changes that would be required. Once it is signed off, we start the implementation. Lastly, periodic testing is conducted is conducted, which ensures a robust output.
While Product Engineering is generally associated with creating a software platform from scratch, product re-engineering relates more to the revamping of the existing system.
Also, product re-engineering may also involve developing a new system by tweaking an existing software in the market.
However, other than the slight change in methodology between the two, all other tools and processes remain the same.