Solution-oriented Software Development Outsourcing

We will help you to build a solution from scratch that meets business needs and brings value to the end-users

Software Development Outsourcing means delegating IT tasks and programming needs to an expert third-party vendor with specialized professionals. By delegating, you can focus on your core capabilities while sustaining long-term goals and initiatives.

The demands for technology in our present world are so vast that you may likely not have all the required resources, skills, and expertise to execute your ideas and business needs related to programming and software development. This is why many businesses choose to outsource their software development needs completely.

Today, organizations from different ends of the globe partner with software outsourcing vendors to access experienced software developers with diverse tech expertise ranging from cloud-based software deployment to blockchain technology.

With over ten years of actively delivering software solutions across various industries and niches, KitRUM is an experienced development company that readily provides custom-made solutions from ready-made adaptable programs to brand new development cycles.

Startups rely on KitRUM’s innovative approach to birth their tech ideas and scale new products; established organizations collaborate with us to revamp their systems and drive innovation.

We adapt the software development process to reflect your ideas and business demands, ensuring that every deliverable is efficient, on budget and on schedule.

How we do it

Business Analysis

Many organizations, including outsourcing companies, do not understand the need for a holistic business analysis before coding. BA, however, is fundamental to the overall success of your business. Your software product has to align with your business model and requirements.

It is one thing to have the right product; it is another thing for the product to reflect your business in the right way. A very good software product may not transcend into business success and profitability.

At the business analysis phase, our technical business analyst collaborates with your team to identify the product’s business requirements and how it should look and operate. Our business analyst then documents and transmits these requirements to the developers in a concise manner.

Business analysis helps to find the right balance between the company’s ambitions and the end-users’ needs.

We are not only interested in building great tech products, but we are also concerned about the business success of our creations. We make profitable innovations!

The Discovery Phase

Every software development process at KitRUM must go through a Discovery phase. This phase enables every stakeholder participating in the development process to know the project’s objectives and needs.

The discovery is particularly crucial to achieving our developmental goal because it helps each party understand the reality of the project and have a common appreciation of its requirements. This phase defines the project’s scope, delineates operational and work boundaries, and identifies the tech stack best suited for the project. The team structure is determined, and a team of developers is also chosen. Finally, the project’s duration is established.

This is where we see things as they are and not as they were imagined.

The benefit of the discovery phase includes; eliminating unnecessary loss of time, reducing the risks and possible errors, saving costs and eliminating any uncertainty about the flow and scope of work.

Minimum Viable Product

While this is not a rule of the thumb, we always like to begin the development by first creating an MVP subject to your approval. With a minimum viable product, you can put your background investigation into reality and check if your ideas function efficiently in real-life as on paper.

The results from the MVP will give better direction into the overall development process. It further tells us what would work and what wouldn’t, thereby conserving time and resources.

The MVP is not the complete product, but it should be able to execute the original product’s basic operations and reflect possible performance levels.

Product Design

Design is an essential part of the software development process. The design phase is where you structure your product for further development based on the needs and input you gained in the previous steps. At this stage, the product can be visualized, and its basic architecture appreciated.

The design phase consists of the following primary elements;


This entails the overall design of the product, including its structure, pages, features, button placements, navigation scope etc.


This determines how users interact with the program. A great design should be user-friendly, self-explanatory, and interesting.


This determines the operational scope of the product, including the operating systems and browsers the product is compatible with.

There are other design metrics like security etc., but they are subject to the individual requirements of the product.


The development phase can also be referred to as the coding process. This is when major programming begins, and engineers start writing codes to bring the project to life. At KitRUM, we deploy Agile and DevOps methodology all through this coding stage to ensure efficient and quick delivery.

The development phase is often regarded as the most difficult aspect of the cycle, but this isn’t true. Admittedly, there could be some difficulties, especially for complicated and large projects, but with the right planning, it becomes easy. This emphasizes the importance of the previous stages. All phases of the development cycle are part of an interconnected chain; missing one can lead to difficulties or, in worse cases, project failure.

QA Testing

One of the most critical aspects of software development at KitRUM is Quality Assurance testing. It guarantees that software performs as expected, is bug-free, and that important user data is kept secured and protected against cyberattacks.

Most developers restrict QA testing until the end of the development cycle, but this approach hampers efficiency, wastes time, and you’re likely to miss out on some important test metrics.

We adopt the Agile development methodology, which allows us to integrate testing phase in every iteration during development.

Here are the different types of testing every project must undergo


Ascertains the operational efficiency of the software. This is to test whether the software meets its functional expectations or not.


This is to determine the strength of the software and how it performs under heavy usage or workload.


Guarantees that software is user-friendly, responsive and runs smoothly for the end-user.


Aids businesses in identifying flaws and safeguarding private information stored on the database.


The unit testing is to verify that each component operates properly.

Deployment and Maintenance

The development cycle doesn’t end with a series of QA testing. There should be a plan for beta testing, deployment and regular maintenance after launch. Beta testing involves real-life user action from which feedback is collected, analyzed and implemented by the development team.

The product is only ready and launched after all the necessary feedback has been successfully implemented. It still doesn’t end with the public launch; the product must be routinely maintained and updated to reflect users’ changing needs and expectations.

Outsourcing with KitRUM is more like a partnership than a client-vendor relationship; we personalize every project because we foster relationships and build real and efficient solutions. We want to be a part of your success story.

We will help you to build solution that meets your needs and brings value to the end users