At DevFacto, we build software that humans love to use. In order to effectively deliver on this promise, a number of elements come into play including ideation, design, development, testing and support – just to name a few. However, one key component is imperative to project success: process. Without an effective process or approach to project management, even the most talented development teams will not deliver the best possible outcomes on their own.
Enter: Scrum. Scrum is an Agile framework that is transforming project management across every industry, every business, and even in our everyday lives. It empowers teams to react more quickly and respond more accurately to change.
In 2019, DevFacto is offering Scrum Master training to our entire organization – from development teams to delivery executives to management. We believe that understanding this framework will equip our teams to better focus, collaborate, communicate, and ultimately accomplish what truly needs to be done — successfully.
We are committed to producing outcomes that exceed our clients’ expectations. By using scrum, we:
Scrum has been proven to deliver value to the end customer 30-40% faster than traditional methods.
The highest-value and highest-risk requirements can be delivered before lower value/risk requirements, thereby incrementally delivering value to the customer. By releasing “done” chunks of prioritized work in a sprint, portions of the product are in market faster than by traditional methods where completed work is released as a whole at project completion.
Scrum provides the framework for continual feedback and exposure to make sure that quality is as high as possible. It directly enhances the quality of a solution through::
In addition to time-to-market benefits, ROI with Scrum also increases by:
With Scrum, issues and changes are visible and communicated as soon as they arise, helping to lower expenses and risk across the board. Because sprints are short and processes are broken down, mistakes can be fixed in a timely fashion.
Because Scrum teams are self-managed, they are empowered to be more creative, innovative and are acknowledged for their expertise. Scrum also improves team morale by:
All of our teams are committed to producing products and services that make our clients happy. Scrum helps accomplish this through the following: