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Project Flow

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There are two key components to any successful development project: superior technology and efficient project management. In addition to providing these services, we immediately establish a dialogue with you to keep on top of any challenges that may arise.

Project Launch

We begin by establishing the project team and becoming fully acquainted with the assignment. Then we jump right in to the developent phases.

The Different Phases

A typical project has some or all of the following phases: preliminary research; requirements specifications and testing; design; implementation; more testing and validation; integration; establishment of production testing; production; installation; and service and support.

We can contribute to any and all of these phases. We'll do what's best for your product and company.


In addition to delivering a superior product, we provide you with extensive documentation. Detailed project data and project knowledge are recorded and passed on to you throughout the entire duration of the project. You'll be able to reproduce our course of development should you need to modify or edit the product later on.


We have an open and straightforward process. There are no hidden costs or confusing legal agreements. Development documentation is included in our agreement.

Service and Support

We offer various support agreements for our consulting work. We have a rapid response time and we take pride in providing the best service and support for all of our projects.


We are diligent in keeping you up to date on our progress. We provide weekly status reports and we arrange periodic meetings with you and your team to discuss our progress.

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"Axcon assisted us in a professional and efficient way by solving SI problems related to our high-speed digital design. We were able to benefit from their experience and valuable resources. Working with Axcon was a clear advantage; we were able to avoid building an equivalent knowledge base and avoid purchasing expensive simulation tools."

Hartvig Ekner,