Our methodology of analysis and development is based on an RUP (Rational Unified Process) approach that emphasizes on a simplified and inclusive collaboration between parties, with no room for bureaucracy. The iterative approach aims at routine verification of the concurrence of the progress in software development with the customer requirements as well as with that of the business domain for which the software is being developed.

The skill lies in modeling and configuring the process appropriately to suit individual requirements of each project. This is an iterative process by which each requirement is addressed to, with an aim of developing innovative and efficient software solutions; Gruppo Zenit Software Solutions has refined web-oriented aspect.

Thanks to the consistency and quality of the business process, Gruppo Zenit Software Solutions offer the customers steadfast assistance from project inception to product installation, providing them with expertise in application development as well as project consultancy.

Use of a consistent process, a common vocabulary and a shared roadmap with the client increases the efficiency of designing a project, concentrating the focus more on customer needs.


Preliminary investigation of the context in which the software product must fit, the characteristics the product should exhibit and costs and logistical aspects of its implementation- This phase can be partitioned into activities such as feasibility study, analysis, application domain modeling, requirements analysis, and so on. Its aim is to define more precisely the problem to be solved. It can be done by collecting data through talks between the customer/purchaser and its developers. At the end of this phase, a specification document will be created that describes all the characteristics of the system.


In this step we define the essential features of the structure of the software product in accordance with the requirements outlined by the analysis. The activities in this phase ranges from designing the architecture to designing in fine details. The purpose is to accurately frame a detailed solution to the problem. At the end of this phase, a document will be created that describes the global structure (high level architecture) and characteristics of the individual components (modules).


Also called development or coding of the software product, this phase is about the creation of one or more programs using a specific programming language, and also involves different technologies (database, scripting languages, etc).
The purpose is to get a pragmatic solution. In most cases it is possible to have one or more programs under individual modules that makes up the system. The overall system is built by integrating these individual modules


It refers to evaluating the concurrence of the product with the requirements set by the analysis.
The two activities of this phase include testing of individual modules and the integrated system; every aspect of the software can undergo testing: specific functional testing, performance testing, stress testing, regression testing, security testing, accessibility testing, acceptance testing, etc.


It refers to the installation of software product in the user’s infrastructure. This task may range from copying a simple file, to many files that are organized in a complex hierarchy of directories and software components distributed across different hardwares.


Activities necessary to modify the software product upon release, either to correct errors, adapt to new operating environments, or to extend its functionality.
Maintenance affects costs and it is estimated that 60% of the costs depends upon the maintenance. Any modification to the software necessarily implies the need for new tests, both to test the new features introduced and to avoid any conflict of the modification with existing features (regression test).

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