Architecture & Design
This phase is led by an SEI Certified Software Architect who will define the structure that best addresses performance, scalability, development time, hardware requirements, and other critical elements
“Software architecture is the conceptual glue that holds every phase of the project together for its many stakeholders”, according to CMU’s Software Engineering Institute. At Syncro Medical, we strongly believe in the critical importance of the software Architecture and Design phase for each of our client projects. That’s why we have top-notch staff available to help develop this blueprint for your system and for the project developing it.
Our SEI Certified Software Architects will define a framework that works best for your product. We’ll assess and help negotiate trade-offs between functional requirements and non-functional qualities such as performance, modifiability, security, and safety. The architecture we create will account for both short- and long-term goals in order to create a system that is efficient and sustainable over the long haul. Via periodic design reviews with your team, we’ll together continuously evaluate and refine the software architecture.
Using the latest tools and techniques appropriate for the complexity of your product, we’ll document the architecture in an easily accessible form to facilitate communication with developers and other stakeholders. The software documentation can follow Syncro’s architecture templates, based on IEEE standards, or can use your software templates and process.
By carefully crafting an effective software architecture and design, design risks can be identified and mitigated early in the development process when the cost of change is low. Leverage Syncro Medical’s expertise and decades of experience across a wide range of medical systems to help you create the optimal software architecture and high-level medical software design for your new product.