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Execution Models

Our various project execution models ensure timely deliverables and quality software solutions. We follow DevOps, Agile, Waterfall, and Iterative models based on the project requirement, scope, and functionalities. Our detailed execution strategy and selection of the right execution model help us deliver better, faster, and desired outcomes.

Project Execution at WAPPNET SYSTEMS



Agile methodology facilitates the incorporation of new changes through constant communication and collaboration within short-term software development cycles called iterations. This method excels in addressing changing requirements and the need for accelerated software production.

  • -Agile development employs incremental and iterative approaches to minimize risk.
  • -Agile prioritizes the value of individuals and interactions over rigid processes.
  • -Agile divides tasks into smaller modules known as sprints.
  • -In agile, the scope of work is predetermined, and dedicated team members are assigned to specific teams.


The Waterfall methodology follows a linear approach where projects progress through stages, with each stage depending on the completion of the previous one. In this model, the requirements are determined and analyzed, followed by the design, implementation, testing, deployment, and maintenance of the project.

  • -Suitable for large teams with a clear understanding of the project's scope.
  • -Requires a defined scope, objective, and expectations before the start of development.
  • -Most effective for small projects where the requirements are well-defined and not subject to significant changes during development.


Scrum is an agile development framework that involves initiating each sprint with a concise planning session, conducting daily scrum meetings to provide project updates, and concluding with a final review. It is particularly effective for managing projects that have uncertain or evolving requirements, allowing for adaptability and incorporating feedback from clients.

  • -Scrum development begins with a concise planning session for each sprint, followed by daily scrum meetings to track project progress and a final review.
  • -It is well-suited for managing projects with undefined or evolving requirements, allowing for flexibility and accommodating feedback from the client.

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