The agile-project-management approach does not necessarily have to be consistently digital. Post-it ® notes help maintain an adequate project overview.
In a world in which change is the rule, we not only think “agile” but also work that way. Employing rapid development, we press ahead in order to be able to test software together with you as early as possible. Working closely and frequently together with our customers makes it possible for us to conduct efficient sprints.
Advantages of agile project management
Modifications are part and parcel of web-application development and the agile approach accommodates that given. The scope of the application can be adjusted to the changing customer needs during the development process. Such flexibility simply reflects the realities of developing software for the Web and affords a lot of freedom to optimise products and re-establish priorities along the way. Consequently, we grant our customers access to our project-management tools so that they can review the current state of development and scope of the application at any time. .
Project management: your single point of contact (SPOC)
In performing his/her role of single point of contact (SPOC), each of our project managers keep an eye not only on project goals and the plans leading to their fulfilment but also on delivery deadlines and on the bottom line. Your SPOC assists you thereby in organising and prioritising your project. Additionally, he/she can be your perfect sparring partner during the process of analysing and defining your application requirements.
Among scrum’s useful artifacts is the daily stand-up meeting.
Whatever development methodology we use, be it Scrum, Kanban or one of our home-grown methodologies, it will be the one which best suits your project.
Scrum is a methodological framework with which groups of people can tackle complex problems of an adaptive nature and, in so doing, productively and creatively deliver products of the highest possible value. In and of itself, scrum is a relatively simple framework for driving effective teamwork that can readily be adapted to the needs of the customer.
Kanban is a visually-oriented methodology for the management of development work. It enables visualisation of the workflow as well as of the actual tasks themselves. It is the goal of Kanban to facilitate identifying and eliminating potential bottlenecks in your development process so that work can proceed as cost-effectively and productivitly as possible.
Working together with our project team
Our agile model necessitates that we work closely with our customers and continually exchange information with them. The management of such activity is facilitated by any of several available, tried-and-tested tools. We are also willing, however, to work with tools that you prescribe, if you wish.