Software Development

LCE is committed to developing the highest quality software applications and services that are secure, comply with government and industry standards, and implement the intended functionality. Our professionals develop and integrate technologies supporting enterprise-class systems, COTS customizations, multi-vendor software solutions, web-based applications, and web services.

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In addition to producing quality code, LCE developers also create internal code documentation and software design documentation which may include installation guides, troubleshooting guides, architecture diagrams, SLAs, impact assessments, and risk statements. Our full software development life cycle (SDLC) solutions combine secure coding standards with strong development testing to provide secure solutions with the expected functionality. LCE also has deep experience implementing both agile and traditional approaches that run the code from development to production through a proven release management process.

LCE’s software development solutions and services include:

  • Web Services Development– Our professionals utilize their strong understanding of object-oriented design principles and patterns; data structures and algorithms; modern automated testing techniques and concepts; enterprise application architecture patterns; and web-based security principles to integrate and connect web-based applications for our government customers.
  • Application Development – Our developers implement industry best practices such as Agile development, secure coding, and test-driven development to create software applications to support DoD and VA needs. We develop custom solutions as well as enhancements for commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) products to satisfy customer requirements.
  • User Interface Design and Development– Our UI/UX professionals ensure that core user interface principles and product user interface functionality are understood and implemented. We develop product assets which may include items such as icon sets, flex skins, cascading style sheets, images, animations, and audio media to fit the customer’s needs. 
  • Architecture – Architecture is a fundamental part of the SDLC. Agile notions such as delayed decisions, iterative development and frequent releases push the need for strong architectural involvement in all phases of the SDLC, forcing a closer relationship between architecture and development and removing the need for having all solutions up front. Instead of focusing on long-term strategy and production of heavy architectural models, our architects provide light-weight solutions that solve immediate issues while still keeping an eye on long-term strategy.