Who We Are
XAge was founded on the belief that the most critical component in the software development process is the people that will be using the software. Our goal is to involve the users in the development process as early as possible. During this process users interact with the software which will allow them to identify missing elements, critique design flow, identify problems, mold the software to their needs. This highly adaptive approach prevents delays, streamlines development time, and reduces costs while delivering a highly effective and reliable product.
Who We Trust
As part of our diverse solution commitment we understand that we may not be able to provide every need you require. In order to provide a wide range of solutions we partner with trusted companies and proven contractors. If we can't help you then let us get you in touch with the people who can. We want to help your business grow...even if it's not with us.
Technical Writer, Instructional Design
Service Desk, Software Application Development, Infrastructure & Operations, Business Intelligence, Business Process Re-engineering, Project Management, Staff Augmentation, Cyber Security, Independent Verification & Validation
What We Do
How We Do It
Full stack developers have proficient knowledge of all aspects and stages of the software development process Server, network, and hosting environment. Relational and non-relational databases. How to interact existing external systems via API. User interface design. Quality assurance. Security concerns throughout the program. Understanding customer and business needs. Multiple development languages and platforms.
It’s now time to start developing. This starts with developing a base backend(database) if applicable. Then design and assemble the user interface prototype. This prototype gives the user a visual template to help get a feel for the flow of the interface they will ultimately use. This is the start of the user integration into […]
Once everything is prioritized it’s time to gather detailed information identifying the data will be captured. This is achieved by analyzing existing software and paperwork used in the business process.
Once the wish list is completed it’s time to identify must have functionality versus “Nice to have”. This will help determine the level of work required to deliver a functional product within the scope of time and budget. Even if there are some items that aren’t added in the initial deployment the knowledge of those […]