QuicSolv was born to bridge a gap in the software services that were being provided by the software development houses in India. India had always been labeled as code cutters. Over the years this has continued to be the expectations from the Indian Software houses. As the culture got set in, the software developers also built a mindset that we have to do as we have been told. No questions asked. So, what started happening is when the requirement was spelt out the analyst would mention that today is sunday and if by chance he forgot to mention that yesterday was a Saturday and tomorrow is Monday, metaphorically speaking, the requirement would be completely missed and the developers would throw their hands up saying it was not in the specification sheet.

If the above statement irritated you, we are not surprised. In 2007, QuicSolv was born to address this problem completely. We did not take jobs that were of code cutting nature. We helped small and medium product and hi-tech companies to not only build a solution to the business problem they were addressing but also helped provide assistance and knowledge on the cutting edge technology that can increase the life of the product/application.

At QuicSolv we have taken the model of a manufacturing production unit and have built a conveyor belt approach.

  1. Once a business need is spelt out, our team of experienced Business Analysts jumps in to help build the use cases using UML (Unified Modeling Language) tools and techniques.
  2. An output of User Acceptance Test Cases helps our clients get confidence in the understanding of the application.
  3. Our team of Technical Architects now come in to build the Solution Architecture, Application Architecture, Database Architecture and Security Architecture. This phase is generally skipped by most software development houses due to lack of experience to handle this task. Historically, it was always the client that called the shots on technology. Here our team of architects then sets a review meeting with the technical team of the clients and gives the overview of the strategies and options and the pros and cons of each approach along with our recommendations.
  4. At the end of this phase the Architect team is pulled out of the project and the cost on them is no longer applicable to the client.
  5. Now comes a stage where we follow Agile Scrum methodology to build and test the application. This allows our clients to view piece by piece the application and suggest any improvements or changes. It also builds the confidence in the minds of the consumer.
  6. At the end of the sprint the Business Analyst jumps in again and checks the application with the end user in mind. This makes sure that what the customer gets is what was specified and recorded in the User Acceptance Test cases.

This process has been tried and tested by our clients for more than 100 projects.