The specific roles and team structure can vary based on the size and focus of the software solutions company. Agile methodologies, such as Scrum or Kanban, are commonly adopted to promote collaboration and flexibility in development processes. Cross-functional teams often work together to deliver high-quality software solutions to clients and end-users.

Research and Development (R&D):
● Research Scientists: Conduct research for new technologies and innovations.
Data and Analytics:
● Data Scientists/Analysts: Analyze data to derive insights and support decision-making.
● Security Engineers: Implement and maintain security measures to protect software and data.
Product Management:
● Product Manager: Defines the product strategy, features, and roadmap.
● Product Owner: Represents the customer and works closely with development teams to deliver features.
Project Management:
● Project Managers: Plan, execute, and close projects, ensuring they are delivered on time and within scope.
● Scrum Masters: Facilitate Agile development processes and remove impediments for development
Development Team:
● Software Developers/Engineers: Write code, develop features, and implement software solutions.
● Front-End Developers: Focus on the user interface and user experience.
● Back-End Developers: Work on server-side logic and database interactions.
● Full-Stack Developers: Skilled in both front-end and back-end development.
Quality Assurance (QA) and Testing:
● QA Engineers: Test software to ensure it meets quality standards.
● Test Automation Engineers: Develop and maintain automated test scripts.
● QA Leads/Managers: Oversee the testing process and strategy.
DevOps and IT Operations:
● DevOps Engineers: Automate and streamline the software development and deployment process.
● System Administrators: Manage IT infrastructure, servers, and networks.