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Why You Should Consider Agile Software Company for Your IT Needs

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Jeff Sutherland innovates Scrum, the technique to manage the project in the most flexible method. It is a framework which gives agility in the process and adaptability whenever needed. Many technology scholars are in favour of Scrum implementation which makes this project attractive among the businesses. In addition courses like Agile Scrum Certification, gives the detailed knowledge about the Agile and Scrum. It includes rapid iteration, testing and data, multiple experiments, collaborations over hierarchy.

 

There are many reasons why we need to implement Agile and out of those some top causes are listed here:

 

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  • Faster Review

There are instances where we build something which is best according to our needs but it turns out to be what the business stakeholders don’t want. And at that moment, when the project is already started and to make changes on the task becomes difficult. So, Scrum gives the leverage to avoid that troublesome situation by showing a real product to the user by the end of the sprint. At the end of every sprint, you receive the feedback from the stakeholders such that with every updation the product becomes better and better.

 

  • Continuous Change

The agile methodology allows looking after the terms of the software project- especially the things which can change. Yes, implementation of Agile software brings changes but the changes do not disturb the flow of product in-fact adds value to it. In addition, it turns the negative points into positive in both the ways for the team and the product outcome.

 

  • Early identification of the problem area

Daily scrum meetings and MOM gives the detailed knowledge about the project and also it makes tracking easier. Through Scrum, the major problem areas can be identified and the respective actions can be taken on early stage without wasting extra time.

 

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  • Changeable priorities

Scrum enables to change the priorities according to the customer. Scrum helps in managing the production units of the project and to achieve the target by the best and easiest method. It is important to make the deliverables on time to the customer such that they realise the value of the product feature and the owner receives the timely ROI.

 

  • Customer satisfaction

When Agile software methodologies are implemented properly then the revenue can be generated iteratively. This helps in cutting the benefits of the labour and of course, the needed one corrected. Also, using Scrum the team will learn to respond effectively and to calculate the productivity with time. With this, the customers are more satisfied as they get whatever they want. Meanwhile, the team driving internally are also happy because they can fix and resolve the bugs faster.

  • Less time wastage

Scrum helps in finding the best solution from the iterative process by releasing it frequently. However, in traditional project management, you need to give more efforts and time to plan the project so, in short, it consumes much energy. Whereas, Scrum means continuous learning and evolving which in turn eliminates the need of making extra plans which might get changed later during the process.

 

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  • Team building

Generally, Agile gives the significance in setting the goal for the team and making the team focused on shared ownership. Agile gives the purpose to your team which in turn gives the pace to complete the task.

 

  • Precise Accountability of work commitment

Dividing the work in small iteration helps in measuring the level of commitment. In this way, you will be able to calculate the velocity of each team member and set the practical goals. Once you understand the concept of agile software methodologies, you will be able to judge the market and take steps accordingly to reach the success.

 

  • Data Transparency

Agile gives the chance to the customer to get connected to the project from the start to end, the process involves features prioritization, iteration planning, review sessions and software building. Besides that, stakeholders can see the progress of the project in addition transparency of data is also maintained.

 

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  • Risk Management

It is a critical area which is in the top priority list of every organisation. In fact, each organisation project managers understand the risk. The risk may lead to any type of outcomes which may be expected or not. But they do know that the risk may lead to positive outcomes also. Sometimes, Opportunities are also considered as a type of risk. However, risk must be quantified, identified and manageable. Although, there are some factors like situation, people, project and environment which determines the type of risk; whether it is manageable or not.

 

  • JIT manner

Unlike, traditional approach, agile approach is highly collaborative and is based on a JIT basis. According to Agile model driven development (AMDD), during the first iteration, the very first thing you need to do is organise the project such that you are able to give the answers of the questions relevant to scope, schedule, cost and technical strategy. Business-related details can be identified through JIT(Just-in-time) by iterations or by modelling storming. Analysis has become so necessary that people related to agile do it on regular basis.

 

 

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Closure Words:

Therefore, Agile is the methodology of software development that stimulates the delivery of the product in an iterative manner. Agile software gives more emphasis on customer and interaction rather than in tools and processes. Agile is basically a working software, different from comprehensive documentation. It gives more importance to the dynamic involvement, effective identification of the customer’s needs instead of contract negotiation. Hence, it can be said that with constant and continuous involvement with the customer can result in a win-win situation for the development team and customer.

 


Danish Wadhwa started his career as Business Developer, but after assisting many companies, he realised to start his own venture. Now, as MD & CEO of Webdew, he is sharing his inordinate amount of knowledge on SAAS, Cloud Computing, Digital marketing, Web designing and much more over social media.

 

 

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