Online Applications

wen you need more than "just a website" and you need a fully functional online application, trust enflexion to deliver.


enflexion provides extensive experience in developing complex online applications.

From developing exclusive online eCommerce applications with property business rules to developing online booking systems, and recently a whole of business workflow management solution we have the experience and the capabilities. Our Rapid Development Methodology is shown below as an example of how we can quickly create your rich internet application.


Initial Requirements Gathering

The initial stage of the project is to undertake a brainstorming and strategy session. This will be undertaken over a number of workshops between enflexion and the client. The purpose of these sessions is to identify:

  • The objectives that the application need to meet;
  • What types of information should be provided on the website and through the application;
  • How the website and application should be structured for maximum effectiveness; and
  • The visual approach to the website and application;

Functional & Technical Specifications & Initial Prototyping

The development of the Functional and Technical Specifications will be undertaken in Phase Two and will contain necessary documentation for the development of the application. The documentation provided will include:


Define and analyze the overall objectives and goals of the application

A set of quantifiable objectives and goals for the system must be defined. These will help ensure that the system does meet both the business and user needs. The objectives will be determined in consultation with the client.


Define the functions and Business Rules

The functionality provided by the website and application will be defined along with the associated business rules. This is by far the most important aspect of the Functional Specifications and will be used to identify every requirement of the application.


Site Architecture

The site architecture will define the way the site is structured and include the main menus of the site and application, information management principles and site topography.


Navigation Structure

The navigation structure defines the way pages and functionality is structured in the site and how the user will interact with these main functions.


Design Principles & standards compliance

The design principles and standards compliance will identify the technical requirements for the front end of the application and communication / technical channels used.


Workflow and user interaction flows

The initial draft of the workflow and user interaction flows will be provided as a flow chart diagram and will be physically displayed as a paper workflow.


From this the in depth understanding of how the system is put together is gained.