CMS Implementation

Global IT Factory’s team has extensive experience in implementing Curriculum Management solutions and providing professional services

    Global IT Factory’s team has extensive experience in implementing Curriculum Management solutions and providing professional services such as:

    • Business Requirements Analysis
    • End-to-End Solution Architecture
    • Data Migration
    • System Integration
    • Production Rollout Project Management
    • Support for End-to-End and User Acceptance Testing
    • CMS Product Training
    • CMS Support Services

    Global IT Factory’s solution implementation and product development lifecycle are based on an approach that leverages a number of Agile delivery aspects, such as:

    • Delivery in close cooperation with end-users
    • A team that is agile and empowered to make ‘just in time’ decisions
    • The product is designed as simply as possible, with any extra complexity removed
    • The product is tested continually
    • Product Iterations and Releases are rapidly and frequently delivered to users
    • Product Iterations are frequently demonstrated to users to solicit feedback
    • Project management approach embraces evolving business requirement provided they are delivered within the available budget.
    • The team is ready to accept collective learning and improvement in team efficiency

Other Services

Custom Application Development

When you are not able to find a commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) application that has the features required by your business, Global IT Factory will design and implement one for you. We can work with you to design and implement Desktop applications, Web Apps, Mobile Apps or Cloud-based SaaS applications.

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Testing/QA Services

Software testing is an essential part of the software development lifecycle. According to the Quality Assurance Institute, 56% of all problems originate from requirements. Testing as early as possible helps to mitigate these risks and reduce the cost of correcting errors, as correcting errors in production can cost as much as 10 to 100 times more than if they are found during the analysis part of the project.

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