Discovery Phase for a Software Project

Reduce your IT project risks with a Discovery Phase

25%
more efficient

After the Discovery Phase, you will be able to reduce future costs by properly allocating your resources and hiring the right team

18%
faster launch

With a clear plan containing all the necessary requirements, the team will work without any delays and undoubtedly deliver the project on time

4.9/5
satisfaction rate

A pre-arranged project plan creates a transparent work environment and ensures that the software end-product fully matches our customer's vision

25%
more efficient

After the Discovery Phase, you will be able to reduce future costs by properly allocating your resources and hiring the right team

18%
faster launch

With a clear plan containing all the necessary requirements, the team will work without any delays and undoubtedly deliver the project on time

4.9/5
satisfaction rate

A pre-arranged project plan creates a transparent work environment and ensures that the software end-product fully matches our customer's vision

Expert-level company for a Discovery Phase of your project

Andersen's team is a pool of seasoned IT professionals whose track record is verified by numerous certificates and industry acknowledgments.

3 groups of problems a discovery phase can solve

Lack of product vision

No clear idea of the architecture, ill-defined goals, and absent criteria for success.

Unclear processes

Inaccurate estimates of bottom-line costs, implementation time, and necessary resources.

Unperceived risks

Insufficient understanding of risks and dependencies with a high chance of project failure.

We are ready to assess your challenge and help you with it. Schedule a call to start.

Maria Boyarko, Head of BA and SA Department
Maria Boyarko

Andersen's business analysts add value by performing a Discovery Phase

Feel the difference between projects with a Discovery Phase and projects without it.

Andersen's expertise in IT project discovery

Project Vision

A high-level Project Vision based on deep business analysis and focused on the minimum viable product and future development priorities.

Requirements Specification

A list of features the solution will offer and identified user needs it will cover to accurately meet and fulfill your business goals.

Architecture Vision

A vision of the future software architecture and its components in order to ensure high performance, operational stability, and advanced features.

Work and Cost Estimate

Estimated price and pre-planned works needed to carry out your software development project on the basis of the vision, scope, and functionalities.

Accurate Project Roadmap

A roadmap with deadlines, deliverables, and a resource allocation plan to ensure timely releases and the best possible development outcomes.

Risk Assessment

Identification of likely risk factors, obstacles, and other potential issues that may make the resulting product either outdated or unstable.

Project Vision