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Infinity Methodologies

Infinity Info Systems believes that no single methodology is the right fit for every client and every solution. When providing expertise, designing and implementing a solution, or instituting a support plan, we select from a range of methodology options depending on the client's needs, time-frame and budget.

With over 3,500 implementations under our belt, we've developed both proven delivery methods, and the knowledge of when and how to best apply them to provide our clients with the best possible assessment, implementation and support experience.

Here are just a few of the methodology types we've used with success.

RAPID Approach:

We've found that when an immediate solution is critical, a quick and iterative implementation approach is most effective. We refer to our version of this approach as RAPID.

The benefits of the RAPID model include a working solution that can be delivered in a matter of weeks rather than months; a working prototype delivered early on in the process allows clients to see and experience what the final solution will look like; an iterative process allows for modifications and adjustments as needed; training on the solution occurs as continuing part of the process; and the overall costs is lower than a traditional approach.

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Hybrid Waved Models:

A variety of hybrid waved approaches (similar to the Agile model) with smaller, predefined stages often works best for project-based solutions and evolving challenges such as business intelligence-related solutions which tend to be more iterative by nature. For projects where requirements and solutions need to continually evolve through collaborative, cross-functional teams, short waves of tight iterations offer a quick and flexible response to changes.

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Traditional Waterfall Models

We've found that a traditional, waterfall-type model works well for many of our enterprise-based solutions where there are many moving parts that can benefit from a heavily structured and documented approach. Time spent up-front on assessment and design helps avoid delays and process errors later on and by ensuring that each phase is 100% complete and correct before proceeding, we're able to deliver the most efficient and cost-effective options for clients with large, system-impacting projects.


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