Identify how to improve the company’s management – that is the goal of the stage of analyzing customer’s context and needs. Based on those realities, the main areas to improve are those that are most costly to the company and that could be automated with the right choice of software.
An evaluation of the systems that could fully or partially meet the client’s needs is then performed according to its sector and its activities. Based on those results, Jarca provides recommendations, including the advantages and disadvantages of the potential solutions.
Based on the budget and the results obtained from the analysis and research stages, the options that best meet the client’s goals are outlined in a specifications document. It outlines how the software will be integrated into the business processes and operational architecture. If a customized solution is the most attractive option, Jarca also tables the specifications of the software module to create and adapt.
Depending on the recommended solution and the customer’s choice, the production phase is initiated through the development, integration, and/or linkage among software depending on the architecture and specifications.
In addition, Jarca assists users of the new software during its implementation. This last step in the Jarca method ensures follow-ups and updates. It is essential for the customer to be provided with a solution that will constantly evolve to remain competitive in its market sector. The system must remain current, relevant, efficient, and on the cutting-edge of the latest technological innovations.