Welcome to Digitmatic

Digitmatic, is an IT services provider company which has skills and expertise to facilitate complex business solutions. We offer services of entire software, blockchain development, cybersecurity, web development, Content Management Solutions and Creative Design from the very beginning until the end. Our overall process includes concept, design, development, incorporation, and implementation. We have a squad of experts, who are working on modern technologies and tools with vast experience to carry out web based projects, e-commerce, mobile applications and programming scripting languages like PHP, MySql, JQuery, Ajax, CSS, XHTML, Drupal CMS, CodeIgnitor, cakePhp, Smarty, Wordpress, PHPBB3, with web2.0 standards.

Our Services

Frequently Asked By Our Customers

Software QA involves the entire software development PROCESS - monitoring and improving the process, making sure that any agreed-upon processes, standards and procedures are followed, and ensuring that problems are found and dealt with.

Digitmatic works with leading organizations, worldwide, to provide them with offshore software development solutions and services. For outsourcing, we provide the following software development services:

  • Blockchain Development
  • Cyber Security
  • Software Application Development
  • Web Application Development
  • Quality Assurance Testing
  • Custom Web Design

Your web site design &development time frame will be determined by key 3 factors:

  • The size of your web site
  • The amount of graphics and complexity of your web site structure;
  • Our current client design schedule.

When you/we have gathered together all of your website information (text, graphics, etc.) and are ready to begin, we will give you an estimated completion date. In general, for most small web sites upto 10 pages, you can expect delivery within 12-15 days. For larger web sites, the anticipated completion time is provided in the web-development estimate.

There are a large number of programming languages, and your choice will depend greatly on what kind of prior programming experience you have and what kind of software you're interested in producing. In addition, there's a lot more involved in writing good shareware than just writing software. You need to consider marketing plans, software design, registration incentives, press releases and publicity - and more. Finally, the type of computer and operating system you're writing software for will have a great effect on the available tools and languages. The answers to these questions can - and have - filled books.

While all projects will benefit from testing, some projects may not require independent test staff to succeed.

Which projects may not need independent test staff? The answer depends on the size and context of the project, the risks, the development methodology, the skill and experience of the developers, and other factors. For instance, if the project is a short-term, small, low risk project, with highly experienced programmers utilizing thorough unit testing or test-first development, then test engineers may not be required for the project to succeed.

In some cases an IT organization may be too small or new to have a testing staff even if the situation calls for it. In these circumstances it may be appropriate to instead use contractors or outsourcing, or adjust the project management and development approach (by switching to more senior developers and agile test-first development, for example). Inexperienced managers sometimes gamble on the success of a project by skipping thorough testing or having programmers do post-development functional testing of their own work, a decidedly high risk gamble.

For non-trivial-size projects or projects with non-trivial risks, a testing staff is usually necessary. As in any business, the use of personnel with specialized skills enhances an organization's ability to be successful in large, complex, or difficult tasks. It allows for both a) deeper and stronger skills and b) the contribution of differing perspectives. For example, programmers typically have the perspective of 'what are the technical issues in making this functionality work?'. A test engineer typically has the perspective of 'what might go wrong with this functionality, and how can we ensure it meets expectations?'. A technical person who can be highly effective in approaching tasks from both of those perspectives is rare, which is why, sooner or later, organizations bring in test specialists.

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