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Development services

The UIS provides a set of development services, covering business analysis, software testing, user experience and development of applications, software and websites.

Business analysis

Business analysis is used to identify and articulate the need for change in how organisations work, and to facilitate that change. Process mapping software and access to a Process Library for the publication of business processes for use across the University.

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Development service

The UIS provides a full range software and application development service. This can range from small web form data collection and distribution services to major software application projects spanning years.

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Software testing service

The Quality Assurance team provides an independent measure of confidence, protecting the critical systems, products and services that our stakeholders rely on, such as Student Information Systems, Teaching and Learning (Moodle VLE) and HR Applications.

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User experience

UIS Development Services' User Centered Design (UCD) can provide you with user engagement and user experience research, report creation, and advice on all aspects of user centered design.

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