Engineering Process Group


The Engineering Process Group (EPGSM) is primarily responsible for coordinating the improvement of the organization's overall software process capability. EPGSM is involved in developing and maintaining an understanding of the organization’s and projects' software processes and coordinating the activities to assess, develop, maintain, and improve these processes at the organizational level. EPGSM provides software process improvement guidance and support to line managers and software practitioners.

These professionals are responsible for coordinating and facilitating process improvement as well as creating and implementing process information.

SQME provides EPGSM expertise to guide organizations in setting up an appropriate process improvement infrastructure and applying techniques to overcome resistance to process change. Management is introduced to effective means of defining and documenting successful implementation.

Application Development


Application Development involves analysis, design and development of software applications catered to specific needs of our clients.

Our development team is focused towards developing enterprise applications using Java technologies. We have intentionally focused on specific technology to leverage our skills and experience.

With the fast-paced changing IT environment, we have developed our own lifecycle tailored to suit the market needs. We customized our agile approach to ensure timely delivery without sacrificing cost or quality.

Leveraging on past projects and experience, we have developed proprietary frameworks and toolkits to make our team more productive.

As expected, our development lifecycle undergoes stringent quality assurance and testing practices to ensure highest quality software upon delivery.

Software Quality Testing


Software Quality Testing is designed to find defects in any code and documentation. But its aim goes beyond finding defects. Software quality testing is about preventing defects from happening when it is most expensive and risky during production.

The use of organizationally independent testers is often thought correctly to be a technique for reducing the risk of delivering software of poor quality. Handing the system to another organization is tantamount to bridging the gap from chiefly technical concerns to those of the marketplace or the user community.

Advantages of Independent Testing Team:

  • Provide the ability for rapid decision-making
  • Provide for an independent, unbiased, and highly experienced test organization
  • Provide leadership for test technology
  • Leverage capabilities of available resources, particularly people and testing techniques
  • Positively impact morale and career path