Cooperation methodologies

We build up trust and confidence with our customers and ensure the most effective software development methodology that is ideal for a particular project.

Agile methodology

Agile is a process that helps teams provide quick and unpredictable responses to the feedback they receive on their project. It creates opportunities to assess a project’s direction during the development cycle. This is the most flexible methodology we have ever used!

Some important facts you should know:

  • An agile is a very empowering process that helps us to design and build the right product.
  • The management process is very beneficial for software companies because it helps to analyze and improve the product throughout its development. This enables our company to produce a highly valuable product so we stay competitive in the market.

 

  • Teams assess the project in regular meetings called sprints or iterations.
  • Agile management reduces the common risks that are associated with the delivery, scope, and budget of the project. It encourages collaboration between the customer and the team; offering mutual benefits in the mitigation of the high risks during the development of the software.

Kanban methodology

Kanban is a popular framework used to implement agile software development.
The Kanban method promotes continued collaboration with the client and team. It encourages ongoing learning and improvements to provide the best possible workflow for the team.

Some important facts you should know:

  • It requires real-time communication of capacity and full transparency of work.
  • Work items are represented visually on a Kanban board, allowing team members to see the state of every piece of work at any time.
  • There are three principles:

 

  1. Visualize what you do: see all the items within the context of each other – more informative.
  2. Limit the amount of work in progress (WIP): balance the flow-based approach so teams are not committed to doing too much work at once.
  3. Enhance the flow: as soon as one task is finished, start on the next highest job from the backlog.

Scrum Methodology

Scrum is a subset of Agile. It is a lightweight process framework for agile development, and the most widely-used one.

Some important facts you should know:
  • Scrum is most often used to manage complex software and product development, using iterative and incremental practices.
  • Scrum processes enable organizations to adjust smoothly to rapidly-changing requirements, and produce a product that meets evolving business goals.
An agile Scrum process benefits the organization by helping it to
  • Increase the quality of the deliverables.
  • Cope better with change (and expect the changes).
  • Provide better estimates while spending less time creating them.
  • Be more in control of the project schedule and state.

Waterfall methodology

Waterfall relies on teams following a sequence of steps and never moving forward until the previous phase has been completed. This structure is suited to smaller projects with deliverables that are easy to define from the start.
This methodology suits only for small projects.

Some important facts you should know:

  • A Waterfall approach can actually provide more predictable end result for budget, timeline, and scope.
  • This methodology focuses most on a clear, defined set of steps emphasizing a clean transfer of information at each step.

 

  • Waterfall keeps the focus on the end goal at all times.
  • If your team is small and your projects are consistent and predictable, then Waterfall could provide the ideal framework for keeping your team organized and on track.
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