agile development

productivity on a new level

Benefits of Agile Development

Agile helps promote promote better communication, coordination and collaboration. We have shorter delivery cycles that minimize development risks and provide a strong back bone to a quality end product. We incorporate agile development methodologies into every projects lifecycle.

Reduced Risk

Agile project development delivery cycle is much shorter with increased number of releases. Any complexities associated with the project are immediately known and removed thus reducing any project risks.

Improved Quality

The agile approach leads to higher levels of delivery quality, confidence and lower levels of Total Cost Ownership.

Complete Control

Full project transparency combined with the iteration-based delivery system, a fully functional system is guaranteed at all times. The client has full control and can easily change the project scope and delivery milestones at any given time.

Agile Methodology

Agile Continous Deployment Diagram

Agile Development Cycle


Good Reasons to Agile

Benefits of Agile

  • Revenue
  • Speed-to-market
  • Quality
  • Risk Management
  • Flexibility / Agility
  • Cost Control
  • Business Engagement/Customer Satisfaction
  • Right Product
  • More Enjoyable!

Customer Focus

With an agile development methodology, the functionality is prioritized and delivered accordingly. This enables the client experience the benefits and results much faster.

Increased Business Value

The iterative nature of agile development means features are delivered incrementally, enabling some benefits to be realised early as the product continues to develop.

Continuous Deployment

Continuous deployment can be thought of as an extension of continuous integration, aiming at minimizing lead time, the time elapsed between development writing one new line of code and this new code being used by live users, in production.

To achieve continuous deployment, the team relies on infrastructure that automates and instruments the various steps leading up to deployment, so that after each integration successfully meeting these release criteria, the live application is updated with new code.