Plan and Architect a Value-Driven Infrastructure
When it comes to system analysis & engineering, no two initiatives are ever the same. Because architecting systems and integrating complex solutions bring a unique set of challenges with every engagement, it’s critical to have the breadth of knowledge that PSS offers on your team. Our experts have the proficiency gleaned from countless system analysis projects, and they possess complementary project management certifications, such as DAWIA, ITIL, and PMP to add a higher level of support, value, and proficiency to every project they undertake.
Expert Design and Development
The first step in the system analysis & engineering lifecycle is to translate your organization’s needs into a strategic plan. PSS supports this first step by providing support for the following components:
- Concept Development. PSS undertakes a thorough investigation of the needs of both your mission and your users, then expresses them through a high-level concept definition and set of operational necessities.
- Requirements and Architecture. We analyze and streamline the stated prerequisites of your stakeholders to engineer the requirements and processes your system needs to include. Then we interpret those in an inspired system architecture and conceptual design that meets your overall requirements.
- Detailed Design. The final step of the project definition stage is detailed design specifications that, when approved, will act as the blueprint for your integration.
Integration, Test, and Validation
Once the requirements and system design are complete, PSS professionals integrate the system's components into an operational whole. This phase is also where interoperability issues are addressed.
We then test and validate your system for flawless performance. Throughout this testing and validation phase, your system will be tested, verifying and validating its effectiveness in meeting user needs and the defined requirements from the design phase. The system is also verified for reliability, security, and interoperability. Once tested, your system can then go live and operational.