Software Architecture Consulting

Combining unmatched experience and specialized skills Optimum Web provides business and technology-driven software and application architecture consulting services to create sustainable value for our clients.

We offer forward-thinking software and application architecture design complemented by a clear management framework to support our clients’ operations.

Why Software Architecture is Important?

We help our clients rationalize, optimize, and modernize the software applications, creating a roadmap for excellent execution, guiding the development process on:

  • software design
  • project management
  • processes
  • standards
  • technology
  • infrastructure configuration
  • infrastructure management
  • choice of tools and services

Software architecture consulting is crucial for ensuring that final solutions meet our clients’ expectations. Software Architects in our teams are senior developers who are responsible for the wide array of software design and management aspects.

Software Architecture

Factors Influencing Software Architect’s Decisions

The purpose of the software architecture is to bring sustainable and tangible business value while meeting the criteria below.

What our customer say

High quality of software products

Quick time to market

Effective use of limited resources

Product alignment

Optimum development cost

Optimum maintenance & support cost


Software Architecture Design and Analysis

Our service portfolio is intended to provide in-depth coverage of the software architecture design concepts, frameworks, tools, methods, and technologies to help our clients improve their technical or product management capabilities and share best practices for developing higher-quality software.

Software Architecture Design

Key Quality Attributes of the Software Architect

Software development company as a stakeholder for the Architect

Software development company

Low cost of development, keeping people employed, leveraging existing corporate assets.

Client Stakeholder #1: marketing team

Client Stakeholder #1

New features, short time to market, low cost, competitiveness against other products.

Client Stakeholder #2: product end users

Client Stakeholder #2

Behavior, rich feature set, performance, security, reliability, reasonable price.

Client Stakeholder #3: entire client organization

Client Stakeholder #3

Low cost, timely delivery,
not changed very often, reliable and inexpensive maintenance.








Development Efficiency

Software Architecture Design and Development Scope

  1. Software architecture influence cycle
  2. Software architecture components and system qualities
  3. Software architectural patterns and tactics
  4. Attribute-driven design
  5. Software architecture documentation management
  6. Software architecture evaluation
  7. Teams’ structure
  8. Cost budgeting
  9. Effort planning
  10. Infrastructure design
  11. Testing & QA plans and procedures
  12. Maintenance & Support planning

Our Software Architecture Processes to Ensure Your Success

Architecture Analysis

Architecture Design

Architecture Evaluation

Architecture Evolution

  1. Creating high-level, comprehensive design of software solutions and product design documents.
  2. Collaborating with various stakeholders to define software requirements. Listening to and understanding multiple viewpoints as most requirements for architecture are not written down in any requirements document.
  3. Developing architecture concept design based on use cases and usage scenarios.
  4. Functional requirements.
  5. Clearly conveying the architecture design concepts to development teams.
  6. Outlining technological requirements
  7. Designing target deployment environment
  8. Troubleshooting and resolving issues with coding, design, or system management.
  9. Identifying constraints on an architecture and suggestions ways to overcome them.
  10. Negotiating requirements with clients and keeping them informed of progress, cost of implementations of individual components.
  11. Implementing management decisions. Providing flexibility in changing business and technology environments.
  12. Ensuring that the team or distributed teams adhere to development processes, schedules, and deadlines.
  13. Presenting regular progress reports to stakeholders and setting goals.
  14. Testing the final product to ensure it is completely functional and meets requirements, assessing needs for changes.
  15. Updating software solutions as required, with deep consideration on how the new system or architecture will affect the technical environment, cost, and effort.
  16. Maintaining and adapting an existing software architecture to meet requirements and environmental changes.

Our software architecture design team is ready to help you succeed with your solution

Contact us and our experts reach out to you to discover how we can lead your project to success.