Our Process

We have a mapped out the process. Our coordinates of work points are well connected to form an efficient and effective project workflow.

  • Customer
  • Support Team
  • Project Manager
  • Markup Developer
  • Quality Check
  • Delivery

Being a customer-oriented company, we do our best to make our processes as clear and transparent for you as possible. We adhere to the best practices in the industry to give you a predictable quality result that you expect from your vendor.

Request Processing

Starting a project with KIPL is fairly simple: just contact us and describe your needs and expectations. KIPL software architects, IT and business analysts will reach you within one business day to clarify the set of requirements. To protect your private information or intellectual property, we will sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) before you deliver any project-related information.


A typical proposal describes workload estimation and project costs, suggestions on the project architecture and technologies, development process and contractual scheme details. As a result, the proposal structure covers:

  • General understanding of the project`s functionality and goals
  • Total cost, workload and schedule of the project
  • Clear iterative structure (when applicable) with a delivery and payment schedule
  • Planning/reporting details (tools, schedule)

Development Process

KIPL usually suggests splitting a project into several iterations (steps, stages, versions). In general, typical project iterations include: initial requirements gathering and planning, requirements detailing and prototype creation, product version releases, complete functional product production and stabilization.

Unified Quality Assurance

Quality assurance processes are essential part of software development project. KIPL independent software testing team covers project-long software quality control process, which results in a high-quality product. Quality engineers take part in the process from the very beginning planning test types, test cases and scenarios, setting up test environment and defect tracking tools.