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Process | Methodology

The CampusMobility Process comprises both a proven methodology and a comprehensive knowledge management and project management system.

CampusMobility follows a four-stage development process for all projects. Each stage is part of a results-driven methodology that allows us to effectively manage extremely complicated challenges to achieve meaningful results for our clients.

Distinct deliverables are associated with each stage.

T H E   C A M P U S M O B I L I T Y   P R O C E S S

CampusMobility will identify the objectives and define preliminary requirements for the project. In the Define stage, we set a project strategy, target a project scope, develop a timeline, and estimate required resources for the project. A Technical Resources Audit, a Strategy Document, and a Functional Design Document may be created to guide the implementation.


In the Enhance stage, CampusMobility measures the results of specific projects against their objectives. Enhancements may include routine maintenance updates, program adjustments, or larger-scale functionality augmentation. As opportunities are identified, a new project outline may be created, triggering this process again to resume with a project definition.

CampusMobility works to design the visual, functional, and technical aspects of a project, based on the requirements established during the Define stage. Integrating available resources and resolving interoperablility, compatibility, and scalablility issues are major components of the Design Stage. Additional Security, Functionality, and Usability Documents may be created to guide the development of the application.

The Deployment stage is typically the longest and most resource intensive of the four stages in our process. For software development projects, our technology and production teams build the core functionalities, multimedia content, dynamic functionality, and database structures, and test them against the functional requirements. For wireless deployments, networks are tied together and hardware is tweaked for optimal coverage. If integrating and supporting handhelds is also involved, training is provided and support schemes are laid out. Throughout this stage, the project team reviews progress and ensures that the final product will meet the requirements and goals for success.