Engineering skills and domain-driven approach
Engineering skills are easy to recognize but hard to describe, as they are not tied to a specific engineering discipline or industry. Chemists, mechanical engineers or software developers can all be considered engineers. At Infozone, we believe that it is important that software systems are detail oriented while at the same time maintaining a big picture focus with an end goal in sight.
Oftentimes, the final goal of a customized system is overlooked as discussions regarding requirements gatherings have a tendency to jump to technical details such as code, databases and appropriate design patterns that can be applied. A misdirected focus increases risk for the business as basic problems are overlooked. This in turn might cause the system itself to cause more problems rather than providing support for the operation. This is precisely why believe in a domain-driven approach and place each project´s primary focus on the problem area and its logic in order to provide innovative solutions.