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Complete initial analysis & estimations

Construct the full project roadmap to help you identify potential risks in advance and visualize each individual step of the development process.

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Set up teams & infrastructure

Determine team size, composition and necessary technical expertise. Prepare development environments, communication channels and issue trackers.

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Manage risks

Our project managers have helped complete a wide variety of complex software projects for Clients all around the world. Using this experience, they will help foresee and prevent crucial mistakes that would otherwise cost you a lot of time and money.

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Resolve issues

If something does go wrong, we make fast and effective decisions to correct any mistakes and get the project back on track.

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Oversee the entire process

Help you gain insight into the state of the development project at all times. We organize frequent Client demonstrations and group meetings so you can oversee and evaluate the work done by the development teams.


Methodologies Used

We primarily follow Scrum and Kanban methodologies. Our processes are entirely built around Agile project management practices, which help us adjust to changing requirements and continuously improve the product based on given feedback. We adapt our development methodology to fit the needs of each individual Client, which is why we also call it Adaptive Agile.

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Project management framework that breaks up longer development processes into two-week periods (or sprints). After completing each sprint, the progress is demonstrated to the product owner, who can then give feedback and make adjustments to the project if necessary. Close communication and constant inclusion of the Client makes the project much more likely to stay on course and deliver positive results.

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Unlike Scrum, the Kanban approach is not iterative, so it allows the software to be developed in one large development cycle. This cycle has no predefined end point. The software requirements get broken up into smaller work items, which then enter the development process in a prioritized order. A work item is not allowed to move on to the next phase until some capacity opens up ahead. This approach is more useful if fixed timeframes aren’t sustainable for the project.

The tools we use

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Issue Tracking

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Communication & Conferencing

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