We are a company that uses Agile methodology, not only in project and software development, but also in our management structure as well as our entire organization, and for our employees’ benefit as well, by fostering a work culture that emphasizes collaboration. Each morning teams “huddle up” to go over progress, plans as well as setbacks to find the best solution to overcome them as a team.. We adopted the agile methodology to avoid common development issues and increase efficiency. We do work side-by-side with your teams to execute projects rapidly and properly, while teaching them the pros and cons of Agile best practices.
Why we use Agile methodology?If the question is , "Why we use agile?", so the simple answer is yes we deliver high quality software, quickly and when the customer needs it in this case agile method is not required but sometimes when we have long term projects with a lot major features then the projects we work do not actually have a good definition of the requirements at the beginning of the project. Then we assume there are number of new unknown features can be added/merged during the development life cycle and in Scrum methodology our team needs to change requirements quickly based on clients feedback. The basic building block for our Agile methodology process is the synchronization of progress made by the development team based on the expectations of the client, offering greater value. Some of the major steps are:
Development teams who are highly adaptable to changes in the environment, from redirection by the client to sudden innovations in technology.
Transparency in the development process offers clients better control over their costs. The client will always know what tasks are being worked on and their cost.
Throughout the testing stages, clients have the option to ask for features, designs, and specifications that best meet their needs, and receive immediate action and feedback on all requests.
Some time for small projects we follow the Waterfall method also and it works well as a linear approach to developing sophisticated software. So in the Waterfall approach we offer client to input all requirement during the early analysis stages. Inherently, this also allowed for progress to be measured more easily as the phases of development are more concrete and defined:
Developer’s roles are more predictable, where communication is done through the project managers. This helps developers from having to take on multiple roles.
Projects with sophisticated moving parts need their components to be designed in parallel with one another. This is easier to do if they it is done in a continuous stream.
Software is built from start to finish with testing and quality checks occurring at the end, ensuring that all parts of the software work well together.
Our Agile Development includes
- The workability phase includes determination if an idea has enough ability to proceed to planning phase. Our expertise group stares the idea for customer value, company value, and risk.
- If client idea is Feasible we proceed for next step planning organizing, , convening, arrangement, sponsoring, projection. Our project team is assembled/formatted at this stage and from now the team works together to identify features. Features will be examined for value and risk and eventually estimated so they can be divided into milestones.
- Now in next step of Development procedure we convert the iteration plan/milestones into working model. Features are built, tested, and demonstrated to the customer and at the end of each milestone.
- When all milestones are complete the team deploys the working code into a production environment.