Systems modeling is defined in terms of information engineering. Presentation using special notation of the most important features of planned system. Thanks to UML models, designing and implementing code becomes easier and understandable for everyone.
On our board, we also have a laboratory in which great specialists work in the field of creating plans and modeling systems. Thanks to them we achieve the best in IT, i.e. professional QUALITY.
They are characterized by full functionality coverage, with those planned at the beginning! The client receives what he wants because a team of analysts, architects and designers watches over everything. This is where we detect threats, advise and plan a trip together. We will build tools for you with which you will certainly achieve your goal, avoiding risks and costs. We have the most experience with designing new functionalities, Start-up projects and consulting on the use of innovative technologies such as Blockchain, Internet of Values, Internet of Things, Smart Cities, and analysis of the use of technologies such as Fi-WARE. We are in contact with modern technologies and we are constantly looking at emerging solutions. That's why if you need innovation in a project, you've come to the right place.
Use-Case Diagram - which describe how users will use interfaces of the system. It can be used to show use-cases of planned systems as well as show use-cases of an existing system, e.g. for improve it.
Requirement Diagram - which describes the requirements detected in the project that must meet and the relationship between the requirements.
For initial analyzes, we use advanced survey of project stakeholders, CRC cards - an example of analyzing class models that are detected in project descriptions and requirements, describing relationships between models, class responsibilities. For full analysis, we use more UML models such as interaction, event flow, classes - up to the level of generating sample code that reflects the overall view of the architecture. With longer cooperation, iterative design of software modules is possible with greater detail. The models we produce are not very detailed at the beginning of the project, they reflect the requirements very well and are flexible. Only at the stages of iteration increase, models are developed to a higher level of detail, in this way it is possible to respond to changes.