PunchcardOS, Our Agile Software Development Process

We’ve built our service delivery framework based on best practices, experience, and a proven track record.

Based on industry best practices, like lean software development and the Microsoft Solutions Framework our goal is to deliver better innovations with our clients, using the best technology platforms available. We’re passionate problem solvers. We start by listening and understanding your challenges and opportunities, then work together to conceptualize, design, and build user-centric experiences to accelerate their business.

The biggest cause of failure in software-intensive systems is not technical failure; it’s building the wrong thing.

Mary Poppendieck, Leading Lean Software Development

Our Process


Our secret (and keep this quiet) is that we become experts in your business. Our discovery actions revolve around understanding the strengths, opportunities, and challenges inherent in your operations, and putting them forward as your advantages.


Before we build, we prototype. We use a number of different tools to help with our design process, including various forms of documentation, business model canvases, SWOT analysis, wireframes, and good, old fashioned digital prototypes. This gives us valuable knowledge to understand, iterate, and be successful.

Build and Test

Of course, at some point, we need to build something. Our team of developers focuses on building human-centric software experiences that will grow and evolve with your business, with the mindset of a startup. Our model is based on iterative development, coupled with regular internal and user acceptance testing, meaning that there are no surprises.


Whether we’re working on-premise, in your server room, or in the cloud, using Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, or one of the other cloud application platforms out there, deploying your solution into the hands of your users is absolutely key, and with proper planning, should be as seamless as possible.


When you can measure what you’ve developed, and express it in numbers, you know something about it. Because we spend time thinking about why we’re building something, we can spend the time at the outset evaluating how it’s working, and how to make it better.

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