A solid software application development methodology is the key factor for our success. We use a highly effective Scrum methodology that offers a nimble, flexible approach to even large, complex software applications. This approach allows us to develop small work packages (known as “Sprints”) of working functionality and features. These work packages can typically be seen in a production environment within 30 days.
The Agile or Scrum methodology yields itself to project success by giving you fast, flexible solutions that your users can quickly see and implement. It also gives you a key collaborative role in the solution development.
The Scrum methodology allows, encourages, and supports a high degree of tolerance for change. Scrum assumes that analysis, design, and the development process are not predictable and in most cases unclear. To circumvent issues, Scrum puts a control mechanism in place to manage unpredictability, which controls the risk from impacting the success of the project. This control is a highly flexible, iterative process that allows future development to be modified to meet the demands of the client and is results-oriented in providing usable features and functionality within a short time frame.