Leverage Our Low-Risk, Predictable Scrum Process To Catapult Your Business Past The Competition

Since as early as 2008, Scrum has increasingly become our methodology of choice for the vast majority of projects. We now heavily favor Scrum to successfully cope with loosely defined or constantly changing requirements, or critical time to market demands.
Over the years, we have accumulated deep Scrum expertise and our Scrum Masters are not only effectively lead projects but also constantly contribute to the company’s body of Scrum knowledge.

We also have worked hard to hone our process to specifically address the challenges of outsourced development.

Quick Start
Scrum allows getting started fast. During sprint 0, we process the initial high-level requirements for sprint 1, and set up the project infrastructure. For maximum speed, we automate project environment provisioning, including issue tracking, reporting dashboards, code repositories, development servers, and more.
Scope Flexibility
Unlike the traditional Waterfall approach, Scrum welcomes change, even late in development. We implement well-defined procedures for transparent requirements management, efficient scope breakdown, and backlog refinement and control.
Risk Management
Our approach sets much store by risk management and mitigation. We have detailed procedures in place that allow identifying risks early and proposing the optimal risk tackling strategies to ensure the project’s success.
Early Value Delivery
Scrum emphasizes delivering business value with every sprint, which should result in a potentially shippable increment (PSI). After project kick-off, our Scrum team will deliver your first working demo within 4 weeks (which includes sprint 0 and sprint 1).
Transparency and Predictability
Scrum depends on maximum transparency for success. We utilize tangible progress and process metrics and offer custom dashboards that make it easy to keep tabs on the development velocity, instantly view blockers, and predict team performance at a glance.
In Line with Best Industry Standards
Scrum process fully complies with the widely recognized Scrum software development framework requirements. We have also improved upon the standard framework in many ways to provide greater predictability and progress visibility, and mitigate project risks.

Scrum at a Glance

Scrum is an iterative and incremental software development methodology designed to build products faster. Scrum uses short timeboxed development cycles (called sprints), with each sprint resulting in potentially shippable functionality delivered.

Scrum interaction
Scrum underscores close interaction between the development team, the Scrum Master (SM), and the Product Owner (PO). The three parties rely on constant communication to formalize requirements for the next sprint, discuss progress in the current one, and report on the work done.
Fast release
Are you trying to release faster and more frequently without sacrificing quality in the process? Do you need greater development predictability amidst changing requirements? Let us show you how we can help.