Web App for Animal feed distributor

To solve customer challenges and facilitate future development, VNEXT proposed to build an e-commerce site with management functions and functions for end users.

 

Our Japanese client used to have an order and inventory confirmation system with a manual handling process. It took a lot of time and effort, so they wanted to build a web app and a CRM system.‚Äč

To solve client challenges and facilitate business development, VNEXT Global proposed to build an e-commerce web app, integrated with content management functions.

Duration: 4 months

Contract type: Project-based

 

 

Solution

To solve customer challenges and facilitate future development, VNEXT proposed to build an e-commerce site with management functions and functions for end users.

 

1. Project Kickoff

The Project Manager (PM) first talks with clients to outline the project's requirements in detail. The PM then assigns resources, plans the timeline, and informs the development team of information like shared objectives and rules.

 

2. Discovery 

In the discovery phase, our team:

  • Verify the feasibility of the initial vision by building software prototypes.
  • Test different web technologies and tools.
  • Define the Minimum Valuable Product (MVP).
  • Design the infrastructure and plan the deployments of the product.
  • Uncover the in-depth needs, wants, and pains of your target audience.

 

3. Design

We begin with low-fidelity wireframes or prototypes to check the logic of the concepts and the efficiency of the navigation. The wireframing stage assist in ensuring that each member of the team is working toward the same goals.

 

Tools that allow for the access and sharing of designs will make collaboration easier. VNEXT Global utilizes Figma and Adobe XD.

 

4. Implementation

When the design documents are received, the tasks for the various roles are equally divided into small units. Both the backend and the frontend of features are implemented by developers. In the meantime, UI/UX designers complete various design phases, including user research, drawing, and creating prototypes. Both manual and automated testers create test cases.

 

5. Quality assurance

All test cases prepared in the previous stage are run on various frameworks and tools. We perform all types of functional testing, including non-functional testing as well as unit testing, integration testing, system testing, and user acceptability testing.

 

6. Web App Launching

After the significant release, the web app development process does not finish. Your team must be prepared to:

  • Detect and fix bugs
  • Make changes based on customer feedback
  • Optimize the performance of your product
  • Renew licenses
  • Add new features according to the product roadmap

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