Etymology: Middle French architecte, from Latin architectus, from Greek architektOn master builder, from archi- + tektOn builder, carpenter
To design and guide a plan or undertaking
In our case, we typically use a team to architect your solution. This team mixes the best of both technical and business mastery. Our project team and you, the customer, work together to produce the project scope and determine any base assumptions. It is this project scope that defines both requirements and resources.
Our team works to ensure that your culture, goals and vision drive the project. If you are an established company, people are familiar with how you do business. People utilize your services or buy your goods, because of the way they are treated, your location’s ambience, or your price. It is our goal to carry this same experience to your development.
Site flow, desired content, both graphical and textual, and database design are all parts of the site’s architecture. Key documents, which are part of the project scope, produced while architecting your site, will maintain detailed functional specifications. These documents describe each and every feature that is part of the solution and delineate the functions, processes, and services provided by the site.
By developing a project scope containing key documents that define requirements and resources, Inexo can build great solutions, delivered on time and on budget.