The fear of completing a task is surely more than the task itself and a small touch of planning would allow you to easily overcome the same. So whenever a project comes to your doorstep then you start looking over the most suitable method to complete it within the deadline and with ease. Here are the two most efficient project completion methodologies which would ease down your software development like a pro.

“ Methodology is your first step until you reach the destination ”

Most Efficient Project Completion Methodologies

These methodologies ease down your work and provide you with an efficient plan to manage your project components and develop them with ease, so based on your requirements you can choose the most suitable one.

Waterfall Methodology

This methodology is the most commonly used method for project completion as it makes it easier for users to focus on each process of a project one after another. Various specifications of this methodology are listed below.


  • Note down customer requirements
  • Create product design and work plan
  • Create a team, initiate working, and achieve daily targets
  • Run multiple tests to ensure software efficiency
  • Deploy software and provide maintenance 


  • Measure project progress
  • Streamline project completion
  • Easy error finding by locating the step where the error occurs
  • Makes it easier for new developers to sync with the project
  • Provide easy estimations and projections for the project


  • Each successive step requires verification from the previous one
  • Mid-process client changes can delay work
  • MVP(Minimum Viable Product) is available after all processes   

When Is This Methodology Most Suitable For You?

  • If you have a clear picture of your project outcome.
  • All prepared team to start with the project
  • If you don’t make changes once the product is ready

Agile Methodology

As the term suggests agile methodology works on outcomes, firstly a miniature model of the software is created, and then with interaction and synced working of developers and the customers functionalities and appended. Various specifications of this methodology are listed below.


  • Develop a miniature model
  • Communicate with customer
  • Note down functionalities changes
  • Make changes 



  • Follows modulation making it easier for experts to work on particular components
  • Focuses more on features than documentation
  • Peak customer satisfaction and interaction
  • Successive decisions made on the output


  • Estimation issues
  • Not suitable for long-term projects
  • Communication delays can delay the project

When Is This Methodology Most Suitable For You?

  • Small term project
  • Able to provide enough time to connect with developers


Both waterfall and agile methodologies have their pros and cons so you must consider your project requirements and choose the most suitable one. You must make a list of all your project goals and then you should proceed with a methodology, do not change methodologies mid-way as it might impact project completion time and quality. 

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