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At JarvisBitz, the product development life cycle stages revolve around six main phases. This process is important when you are developing new apps. Knowing what needs to be done in the SDLC process can help product managers meet the entire team. It also helps you understand milestones and communicate progress to stakeholders. Let's jump!
The first phase of the product development life cycle consists of the planning phase where you are gathering requirements from your customer or stakeholders and the requirements analysis phase where you determine the feasibility of making the product, the revenue potential, the cost of the product, the needs of the users, etc.
The original plan and vision are elaborated into the basic structure of the product, including system design, programming languages, templates, platforms to be used, and application security measures. This is where you can flowchart how the product reacts to user actions.
The actual development phase is where the development team turns product specifications and business requirements into code that builds the product. This SDLC phase can take a long time. It is important to have defined timelines and milestones so that the product developers understand the expectations and you can keep track of progress during these phases.
Before a product is taken to market, it's important for your quality assurance team to test it to make sure it's working properly and does what it's supposed to. The testing process can help eliminate any major user experience issues and security issues.
If you are following the waterfall structure of the product development process, the maintenance phase is the last phase of the PDLC. However, the industry is moving towards a more agile product development approach where maintenance is just a stage for further improvement.
In the management phase, our testers catch overlooked bugs, ensuring a smooth user experience. Quality checks maintain your digital product's peak performance.
Streamline resource allocation by clearly defining project phases, tasks, and responsibilities, ensuring efficient use of time and talent.
Identify potential issues early, enabling proactive problem-solving and risk management, reducing unexpected setbacks during development.
Promote rigorous testing and validation at every stage, ensuring high-quality products that meet industry standards and customer expectations.
Enable faster development and deployment through organized workflows, reducing time-to-market and gaining a competitive edge.
Encourage interdisciplinary collaboration among teams, enhancing communication and synergy for innovative problem-solving.
Provide a flexible framework that accommodates evolving requirements, market demands, and technological advancements, ensuring adaptability.
Deliver products that align with customer needs and preferences, fostering satisfaction and building brand loyalty.