The Lucid Logic approach

Working closely with the business, understanding its objectives and business case, using proven project-management techniques.

Understanding the business

We listen as you describe your business case and the problem you want to solve.
We ensure we have a good understanding of the drivers and the objectives of your business. Using our own business and multi-industry experience, we will work with you to devise a solution to meet your needs.

“So many technology projects have failed due to the technical team implementing a solution to a problem they did not understand.”

It is essential to have a deep understanding of the problem and business case.

Privacy and Confidentiality

Before you discuss your idea with us, we will sign a non-disclosure agreement.
We ensure that your data is safe and secure. We use industry-leading security measures to protect your data.

Project Management

Project management around software development has evolved in recent years.
Here at Lucid Logic, we are qualified project-management experts, able to adjust the management of the project to the business and its needs, or to work in with the business's other projects. We use industry standard and proven project management techniques to ensure the project is completed on time and on budget.

  • The development team will communicate regularly with a business representative and releases regular deliverables, ensuring the product remains aligned with the business case and objectives.
  • Initial and continual planning is essential to identify risks and ensure the final product will be fast and scalable.

Technology Selection

Lucid Logic has experience with a wide range of technologies and tools. These include operation systems, databases and programming languages. Some are brand new and some have been around for years. The selection of tools will always depend on the project rather than a paticular preference or hype of the day.

“Avoid tech for tech's sake.”

When deciding on the technologies and platforms to implement in a project,
we will justify these decisions by taking into account the best interest of the business, based on:

  • Current and future demands on the system.

  • Project budget requirements.

  • Flexibility and possibility of future requirements or modifications.

  • Technical requirements of the business.