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The challenges of developing and deploying an online gaming platform are threefold:

  1. Ensuring software meets the usability requirements of administrators and players
  2. Ensuring software, transaction processing, and game offerings stay compliant with licensing bodies
  3. Maintaining an agile environment which allows the easy removal, addition, and modification of elements within our platform, so we can satisfy our player base, be creative with the business models we employ to stay competitive, and remain compliant within the highly-dynamic international legal landscape

With so much to keep track of, our development process needs to be highly structured and organized. Simultaneously, we realize that our development process needs to be extremely flexible. To maximize the efficiency of our time and money, we begin by critically evaluating proposed ideas from brainstorming sessions. Simply put, we don't want to embark down dead-ends.

Once a proposed idea survives careful scrutiny, we quickly transition to drafting formal requirements using Unified Modeling Language (UML). At this point, we're in a position to examine carefully how things will play out in our software, and requirements are drafted in iterations until they're approved by management. Final requirements, once approved, are passed on to our Programming Manager, who obtains time estimates, enabling us to prioritize our efforts appropriately.

Once new requirements are implemented, we can easily test our software; it works if it meets all our requirements. If changes are needed, we simply amend our requirements and reiterate. In the end, our success comes from flexibility and our ability to focus simultaneously on the short-term and the long term.