Highlights of P2P Custom Software Development Services

P2P’s proven expertise in enterprise application integration techniques and multi-platform environments offers our global customers a unique value proposition.

Some of the key benefits of our custom application development process are:

  • Software engineers with experience and deep domain knowledge.

  • Well-defined and process-oriented software development methodology.

  • Reduced cycle time and project costs.

  • Transparent SLA tracking across the SDLC.

  • Zero down risks of project failures.

  • Clear communication lines on all aspects of project status.

  • Superior documentation processes.

  • Superior software testing methods.

Custom software projects that go under for lack of adequate QA is common enough. Time and budget overruns and applications that do not deliver on many metrics are common drawbacks faced in outsourcing custom application development. At P2P, Project Leads maintain a close track on project status at all stages.

P2P’s QA measures track all ongoing projects on:

  • Project Schedule

  • Budget Outlay

  • Monitoring of Application Scope

  • Continuous Testing

  • Revisions to Application

“Responsible people thrive on freedom and are worthy of freedom. With the right people, instead of a culture of process adherence, we have a culture of creativity and self-discipline.”

Output is all that matters, not the amount of face-time or the number of hours you put in.


Short, clearly addressable projects are preferred - bigger problems should be broken down into short projects because it’s hard to maintain a sense of urgency over several weeks.


Cut the red tape. Don’t impose processes for every little thing.

  • Reduce complexity. Smaller teams and simpler solutions are more adaptable and maintainable. Shorter, smaller projects keep teams from getting bogged down and losing momentum.

  • Exercise kindness, good communication, and humility. Along with data-driven debates, these qualities help companies remove barriers to productive collaboration.

  • Allow mistakes. Place greater emphasis on learning from mistakes and focus less on repercussions. Doing so creates a more innovative, experimental, and versatile organization that can adapt quickly to changing markets.