Tech Consulting & Agile Management

Adaptable, flexible, and scalable.

We help you find the solution to deliver strategic results.

Project Management

Plan, budget, and control the development of your project. Keep accurate records throughout the entire process.

Agile Methodology

Build and continue improving your products or services through a cost-effective, high-impact method of constant releases.

Technology Consulting

We help you find the best tools and technologies to make your ideas come true or to update your products and services.

Results Driven

Time is a decisive factor in the success of a product or service. Agile project management and implementation can make a dent to your advantage. Through this method, we keep creating and moving your ideas forward quickly and in the most cost-effective way.

Operational Excellence

Finding the right technology or methodologies to obtain the results you expect doesn’t have to be difficult. Despite all the different offers available, we can assist you in understanding which project management strategy is best for the objective you have.

We keep in mind the importance of scalability and evolution of markets when we study options. Also, we consider how a strategy can stand the test of time, even with constant changes in technology.

Execute your strategies more consistently and reliably with the help of our expert advice.

 

Agile Project Management

The correct project management style will create higher value for your business and your customers in the shortest period of time.

We understand that not all projects are born equal or have the same requirements. We assess and apply the correct methodologies to develop and implement your projects. Our goal is to keep our processes transparent, low risk, and low cost while delivering the highest quality results

Our priority is helping you get your projects on track and creating conditions for your increased revenue.

What is the Agile Approach

Agile project management and implementation in software and tech products have proven valuable to both the teams and the stakeholders, by allowing an efficient flow of work with steady deliveries and timely corrections. The simple principles of Agile translate in higher revenue and less investment of both time and resources in the long run.

What is Agile?

Agile is a working methodology that promotes continued development and testing in short-term planning iterations. It is highly based on team collaboration and accountability. This method allows great flexibility and quick adaptability to changes.

What are the Agile Values?

Agile methodologies are base on 4 defined values: 

  • Individuals and interactions over processes and tools.
  • Working software over comprehensive documentation.
  • Customer collaboration over contract negotiation.
  • Responding to change over following a plan.

From these apparently simple principles, stem multiple Agile wireframes, like scrum, lean, eXtreme Programming (XP), and others.  

Multiple companies in all types of industries have tested Agile and received the tangible benefits of this methodology compared to traditional Waterfall Project Management (the traditional approach).

Why is Agile better than Waterfall Project Management for Software Development?

Waterfall project management has been the traditional approach so far in multiple industries. However, software development has particularities that demand a flexible and adaptable method, rather than the more linear way the waterfall method proposes.

 

Agile Waterfall
Incremental and Iterative Linear sequence from start to end
Constant feedback and the possibility of changes Feedback and changes possible until the end of the project
High collaboration between developers, testers, and stakeholders Individual teams working separately
Errors can be fixed quickly without affecting other stages of development Errors are fixed at the end with a high possibility to affect the entire product and cause expenses
Developers actively participate in planning and requirements, helping make a viable product from the start Developers do not participate in planning and requirement, which translates in delays later in the process

 

While both approaches have benefits, the particular needs of software have made Agile the most popular way to go, as it ensures the constant quality of the deliverables and higher participation of the developers and technical team during the early stages of planning, which ensures the project has also the technical grounds needed to be viable.

How does Agile reduces costs in my Projects?

Software is a complex thing to design and create. In order to be successful, it requires testing and reviewing constantly to ensure that it will work as intended. Software development with Waterfall Project Management can look attractive thanks to the possibility to imagine start and end dates and the projected costs. Since this method is linear and requires that all development is done before the testing phase is done, the cost of testing a completed product, finding any errors, and actually making corrections towards a potential release (subject to another testing and correction phase), will result in higher costs and more time than it was supposed to take. Multiple projects have started with a budget and ended spending twice or thrice as much due to this type of inflexible approach.

Agile proposes a model of incremental deliveries developed in short periods of time (typically 2 to 4 weeks). These short sprints of work will deliver a functional product, tested and corrected. With every increment, the product continues to evolve with the added benefit that any necessary changes can be detected very early in the process and any corrections handled swiftly.

In the long run, this saves an incredible amount of time and money and allows also for the adaptation to the market and any other changes in the ecosystem of a product or company.

Are there studies about the impact Agile has in the industry?

To give you a quick idea, here is a short sample of the information available online about the benefits of agile:

  • The US government has lost $32 billion as a result of failed IT projects.
  • 60% of companies experience growth in profits after adopting an Agile approach.
  • 80% of federal IT projects adopt Agile.
  • The Agile failure rate is 8%.

If you would like to check some amazing stats from world leaders about how the agile method has benefited them, please visit this great article.

More great numbers and information can be seen at this link.

Flexible and Scalable Project Management

Changes can happen on the go and we are aware of this and adapt accordingly. Our Agile approach enables us to offer you flexibility and quick adaptability during any unforeseen situation.