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Project Deployment Services

Seamless Integration of New Software and Development Projects

What Can Project Deployment Do for You?

When you are introducing a new technical platform or solution for your business, it’s essential to launch these technology systems using a coordinated method. This process must be coordinated in stages, including planning, software development, implementation, and maintenance. The goal is to integrate this new technology into your business as seamlessly as possible.

How Does Project Deployment Work?

Not only is it a big project to design software, but it can be a complicated process to release this software into the world. There are many details and moving parts that will influence the overall success of your launch, which is why it’s essential to have an expert team overseeing each step. Project deployment involves 5 crucial steps for success:

Best Practices for Successful Project Deployment

Integrating a new software or technology system can be complicated. Not only do you need to ensure that these tools integrate with your current systems, but staff and customers need to be able to use the systems easily.

Before the project begins, the system is mapped out with the various environments that will be used for development, staging, and the live launch. This plan makes the deployment process as easy as possible and reduces the risk of conflicts when changes are implemented.
Once the plan is finalized, then it’s time to move forward with the actual development. A local environment is used so development can occur simultaneously without breaking the live systems.
Several methods can be used to ensure that the software or tech solutions are working properly. You need to make sure the system is working according to the intended use and all features are functional.
When deployment is finished, testing the system before launching is essential. This testing environment identifies potential issues and fixes these bugs before the software is released into the world.
Now that the software has gone through rigorous testing, it’s time to launch! The changes are deployed into the live environment. Even though it should be a safe transition, there are still potential issues that can occur.
The work isn’t over when the new system is live. As active users interact with the application or website, it’s critical to monitor the platform to correct any issues that weren’t anticipated during development and testing.

Why is Project Deployment Necessary?

Software development, website design, and other technical projects require multiple iterations to work through the bugs and improve the overall system. You want the ability to make changes without affecting live users, which means there are often different environments being used at the same time. For example, you might have a live website and a temporary staging website that is under construction.

Depending on the complexity of the project, there might be multiple environments where developers and software engineers are working. Typically, changes and development are happening in the staging location. Then, when the system is ready to be released, the deployment process is initiated to move everything to the live environment. A smart strategy is to schedule deployment at strategic times when website traffic is low and the systems are not in high demand. As the rollout occurs, the team can be on hand to handle any hot fixes that come up, or even rollback if necessary.

Several factors must be taken into account to ensure successful project deployment, including infrastructure, compatibility, scalability, and security. Identify your business goals, then align the deployment strategy to match the intended outcomes.

Yes, It’s That Simple.

Project deployment doesn’t have to be complicated. Our team ensures that you have a seamless transition so that the new software integrates smoothly with existing systems and processes. 

The goal is to minimize disruption to your business and operations, while also maximizing user adoption simultaneously.