Trajectus approached the project using Agile methodology, collaborating with the client’s engineers. Trajectus was tasked with the design, development, testing, and deployment of the application. The SOW was structured into two-week sprints at the end of which we rolled out new functionality. Trajectus collected additional features in a backlog, sorting them by priority. The priorities were set through our sprint-planning meetings with Addison.
To avoid unnecessary costs, we mostly used .Net technology for this project. We also ensured that each functionality could be scaled as the user base grows.
A constructive architecture was built in designing Planograms to add products, refill the machine, and purchase products. High-end test scenarios were designed to find all possible bugs to rectify and resolve complex issues. A prototype was shipped to the development site to understand the practical dependencies while developing the software. Trajectus also developed a robust UI to ensure that the display quality is not scatted under any high-end touch screen.