Despite the complications induced by the Covid-19 pandemic, enterprises continue to invest in software, with global spending striking as high as $425 billion U.S. in 2020. To understand how quality enterprise software is made, let’s start by understanding the different areas of software development life cycle models and phases, and how they can influence the speed and cost of delivery.
Software development models are basically a set of specific tools and approaches used during the project’s life cycle. Their objectives are to boost productivity while reducing operating costs, which means that the software development model you choose can often make or break your project. To avoid unexpected hiccups in the flow, let’s go through the components of the software development life cycle (SDLC) and how they can influence your choice of software development models.