Solution development is the process of determining the best way of satisfying requirements.



Solution Development explores the ways to meet requirements and then specifies the best solution. In times of digital transformation, innovative methods for developing solutions play a decisive role. Above all, design thinking and lean startup offer strategies to increase the degree of innovation. The four essential aspects of design thinking are human-centered, creative, prototype and hypothesis-based. Lean Startup believes that the most efficient innovation is the one for which users have an actual demand. This concept is very important for any strategy or method that aims to innovate. Both methods have one thing in common:

It is all about the customer!

When a solution emerges from the evaluation and is chosen as the optimal solution, it is developed into a specification. In some cases, the detailed elements of the specification cover only the early stages of development. Agile concepts of software development for example demand exactly this approach. It may appear that linear approaches to software development such as the waterfall method, which follows a sequential and linear development process, do not work. With the need for shorter product lifecycles and greater flexibility in development, agile project management has grown into a concept that handles standardized projects.

What is important to keep in mind?

The generation of a target specification depends on which software development methodology will be used in the implementation phase.

But what exactly is the different between Waterfall and Agile? Which is better? Read below a brief summary and find some links to related posts and articles…



During our solution development, we examine the possibilities of how to meet the requirements  defined in the requirement specification and how to develop a concept of the best solution based on state-of-the-art methods:

  • Working out the best solution
  • Evaluating the requirements and the possible solutions to meet them
  • Preparing a target specification document for these solutions





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