6 Step Process of Continuous Innovation and Product Development


Technology is continuously evolving. One such technology is cloud computing. It involves the on-demand delivery of IT resources over the internet with a pay-as-you-go pricing model. Companies do not have to buy, own and maintain physical data centers or servers. Instead, they can access technology services like storage, computing power and databases as needed from a cloud provider.


Who uses Cloud Computing?

Companies of every size, type and industry are using the cloud for disaster recovery, data backup, virtual desktops, software development, customer-facing web applications and more.

For example, healthcare companies use the cloud to create customized treatments for patients, and video game companies use the cloud to ensure that their games are available to millions online.

If you are someone who is looking for Cloud Computing Services, then don’t look further.

Peritos Solutions can help you with your requirements. We are a professional IT Consulting and Development firm, and have helped many clients with their cloud innovation and product development requirements.

Peritos’s 6-Step Process of Continuous Innovation and Product Development

When you come to us with your requirements, we understand your end goals and we provide you with innovative solutions through our 6-step process.

1. Ideate

When any company comes to us with their business challenges or requirements, we ask them many questions to understand their business and pain points better. Later, our team internally carries out a brainstorming session for ideas. Once we are done with the brainstorming session, we evaluate, refine and select a few potential ideas which we offer to the client, to address their requirements.


2. Design and Architect 

Once the client approves a few ideas, we start by sketching the UI of the app. It can be imperfect, but it helps to understand how the app will look. We take time in the sketching process as it is feasible to make the changes at this stage, before arriving at the final outcome.

After the client approves the sketch, we start designing and developing the application. Our primary focus is to offer scalable and secured solutions with fantastic user experience.


3. Develop MVP

We start by developing a Minimum Viable Product for entry into the market. It is crucial to create an MVP first, as making a robust app with several functionalities can directly influence the length of the development time and hence the associated costs. Moreover, testing the app with actual users provides valuable feedback that eventually helps in further product development.


4. Go to Market with Continuous Innovation and Product Development

With an MVP, you can enter the market early and gather feedback from real users, which can help us to make the necessary changes. Also, this can help you improve your chances of succeeding by testing and pivoting in the market before spending all your budget.

After the MVP, you can launch the Beta versions to collect more feedback and make the necessary changes.


5. Sell

Once we are confident about the app, we will suggest you to start selling your app in the market. At this stage, we will collect more insights on the product features your users want and create a priority list based on the backlog. Our major focus is continuous innovation with product development.


6. Repeat the last two steps

We will continue repeating the last two steps by rolling out all the new features. This will help you stay in touch with your users and meet their expectations as they evolve with time.

Examples of Apps Created for our Clients 

MachineRoad- AI ML Based Mobile App for Cricket Training

Machineroad came to us with a requirement to implement a bespoke AI ML-based mobile app that helps improve their users’ cricket bowling skills. They wanted their app to assist users in measuring their bowling speed, by creating a trajectory image snippet that allows bowlers to understand the areas of improvement.

Machine Road wanted detailed analytics to help the users see their activities and compare results weekly and monthly to help track the progress. They wanted to launch the app on both the iOS and Android Store.


What were their Scope and Requirements?

  • Users should be able to download the app from Apple and Google stores if the device meets the camera and video processing requirements.
  • Users can then calibrate and start taking videos when bowling. The app guides the proper placement and setup to get the most accurate video for processing and calculating the speed.
  • AI and ML-based video processing give accurate results for speed. If distractions or objects are detected on the video, it informs the user that speed cannot be calculated.

What did we deliver?

  • Launched the app on Play Store and Apple Store for beta users and then opened it for all users and all regions.
  • Deployment using AWS architecture on the cloud to set up a scalable and optimized backend system. It was configured to scale up to 6x times the initial setup.
  • Integration with native camera capabilities with an advanced machine learning algorithm to get accurate speed and trajectories.
  • A test report and an on-field demo were done with the client several times to ensure the app worked as expected. The average speed accuracy was set out to be 90% or more for 20 bowls in the exact location at the same time.

Pioneer Convent School- Attendance Tracking Software

Pioneer Convent School wanted an online attendance management system so that teachers and parents could track students’ attendance in every class during the lockdown period. The attendance tracking software was a practical solution as all the class schedule data, timings and student attendance were stored in one place.


What were their Scope and Requirements?

They were looking for two modes as follows:


Teacher Mode:

  • Design an app where a teacher can view the list of children assigned to them.
  • List of children attending multiple lectures each day.
  • A feature where the teacher can check in and check out the students in each lecture.
  • Ability to export attendance for each class or student.


Student Mode: 

  • Students should be able to see their attendance.
  • Check the Goal vs Achieved attendance criteria.

What did we deliver?

  • We delivered the UX Design first, after which they confirmed the scope
  • A Mobile app that can be downloaded from the intranet for the authorized users
  • Document set:
  • How to document Guide and FAQ on some common issues that might be faced while using the app by the Students/Teachers and Admin
  • Project handover
  • Architecture document
  • Knowledge transfer with Train the Trainer sessions for super users who further trained the staff members

Tonkin + Taylor- AWS Custom Application Development Using ESRI ArcGIS

Tonkin + Taylor came to us with an AWS Custom Application Development requirement with ESRI ArcGIS integration to generate land-based Hazard reports for specific properties. They wanted to create an application that gives users a comprehensive report of their address, indicating multiple hazards like Flooding, Winds, Liquefaction, Coastal Erosion, Active Fault etc.

We created the report based on the latest data from an authorized information provider, with expert advice from Tonkin Engineers, at an optimum cost to help the end user get the information they need to make decisions regarding a specific property. Earlier, the client used to do all this manually, but now they want to develop it as a SAAS-based offering.

What were their Scope and Requirements?

  • A customized app which generates automatic reports of searched property addresses in the Auckland Region.
  • Reports are generated by querying hazard data from the ArcGIS server, where the information from the authorized council is collated. Additional hazard risk calculation logic is applied on top of the information returned from the ArcGIS server to show the hazard risk in a user-friendly way. Based on the hazard risk level calculated for the property, Tonkin + Taylor SMEs have also provided information to help understand the risk, which should also be added to the report.
  • Each hazard should have an aerial property image with hazard layers, showing how different hazard levels cover an area of the property.
  • Reports should state the problem, hazard percentage and even the solution.
  • Users should be able to download the report in the form of PDF files.

What did we deliver?

  • We set up the AWS services architecture, signed off by internal and existing vendors of Tonkin and Taylor, and followed best practices to ensure security, scalability and performance.
  • Custom web application was developed by the Peritos team working closely with the client’s product owner. We completed all the changes, fixed all bugs and added critical features before going live to ensure a smooth release.


We have a lot of experience innovating with cloud computing technologies for different industries. Cloud is a great option today as it offers access to many technologies that help one innovate faster. It can save costs associated with buying personal servers and allows you to deploy your product globally within minutes.

If you have an idea but need someone to help you execute it, give Peritos Solutions a call today. Our professionals will provide you with the right solution to cater to your unique development requirements.

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