Application Development

Application development is undergoing a massive sea change. Traditional approaches — and roles — are being reconsidered as new architectures emerge, integration and software platform alternatives multiply, outsourcing adoption accelerates, and the pressure from the business to build an agile yet robust and secure application infrastructure continues to grow. And for Packets, technical expertise is no longer the primary success factor: collaboration, accountability, compliance, portfolio and resources management all contribute the key capabilities of the Application Development Team.

Packets is a recognized leader in the offshore industry with proven capabilities in Application Development Services. Packets has delivered significant benefits for its clients by cost effectively executing numerous application development outsourcing projects. Packets matured application development process encompasses all the phases of SDLC, starting from translating business needs into project requirements through implementation and post-production user support.

Packets Advantage         Methodology

Packets Advantage

Packets has a very effective project management process that leverages technology and experience to create an application with a focus on today and an eye on tomorrow. Packets follows a unique development model and excellent technical resources in the development of an application. The agile and natural execution of the development projects offers some distinctive advantages:

  • Minimize total cost of ownership
  • Developing applications with Packets ensures that the entire project is completed within the stipulated budget. This enables the client to convert his business concepts into an application with minimal costs.

  • Faster Development and Implementation
  • Speedy execution of the project development ensures faster time-to-market thereby deploying the client concepts more rapidly on the project.

  • Quality & Service Level Assurance
  • Packets does not view a project as one-time deal. Instead it sees every project as a long-term commitment. Through the use of effective communication tools, Packets assures best quality in all the projects.

  • Multiple Platform & Technology Skills
  • With the vast technologies present for deployment, Packets’ team has extensive experience in the major platforms.

  • Customer Commitment
  • Packets is committed to serving the client needs and completing the project on time. The company always goes the extra mile to make sure that its customers are satisfied with the ultimate services.


    Software Development is heavily dependent on the quality standards and practices, which any company would be adopting for any software development activities. Packets’ Project Management Methodology PREMIER is one of the highly acclaimed for its process centric approach and a customizable RUP (Rational Unified Process). With PREMIER, an Iterative development methodology, Packets provides comprehensive software solutions, components and service oriented enterprise application to its global clients through an appropriate combination of software products and multi-dimensional IT services.

    Development Lifecycle

    Packets uses its homegrown unique development lifecycle, which is time proof and is known for its high quality of operation. For any application development in Packets, this process is carried out, which ensures Scope Management, Time Management, Cost Management, Quality Management, Resource Management, Risk Mitigation/Management, Communication and Customer Support and Integration management.

    Multi-Dimensional Development Approach

    Packets, with its perfect blend of products and services, uses three dimensional development approaches for developing applications depending on the nature of the application and the client. Below are the development approaches Packets follows:
  • Forward Engineering
  • Reverse Engineering
  • Forward Engineering

    Using this approach, J2EE applications are developed from scratch. The starting point for this is an object model represented by a class diagram. The code for the enterprise beans is generated from the object model and the classes are mapped to an underlying database schema for persistence.

    Reverse Engineering

    When an EJB application has to be built from an existing schema, the reverse engineering approach is used. Using this approach, a database schema is reverse engineered and entity beans classes are generated for the tables in the database.