Creating a common language for people related to development and testing, and ingrain it on-site
It is common for communication discrepancies to occur because of the different terminology and concepts that are used in processes by each organization and team. Documenting standard terms and concepts can resolve such discrepancies. This enables smooth communication.
There are many cases where companies do not have standard rules that can be shared between the entire company and business partners because development and testing have been conducted in a manner that relies on individual skills. SHIFT formulates standard documents such as guidelines and formats according to the development workplace of the customer. This reduces differences in understanding and enables smooth project progression.
Standard rules lose all meaning unless they become established in the workplace. SHIFT conducts initiatives for establishing standard rules, such as Q&A sessions and explanations for on-site personnel. We also improve standard rules in consideration of feedback such as beginners saying the rules are difficult or those with experience saying that it is difficult to work because the rules have changed.
SHIFT has experience participating in many wide-ranging industry projects from upstream phases to a wide perspective of quality. Since we have accumulated standardized knowledge across multiple projects, we can make proposals that suit customer projects.
We formulate standard documents and guidelines that enable even beginners to create deliverables with a certain level of quality. Using standard rules formulated according to the on-site situation reduces confusion between members and improves the project quality. It also reduces rework during development and contributes to improved product quality as a result.
SHIFT carries out the actual work for executing tests, in addition to upstream work. As a member of the team for development and testing, this enables us to provide support for standardization that understands the corporate culture of the customer as well as the characteristics of the industry. Therefore, we can also smoothly proceed with the establishment phase after the process has been formulated.