Agile Scrum project methodology
Successful collaboration on your ICT solution
You probably know what you want, and we both know what we’re aiming for. The question is, how will we get there? The Agile Scrum project methodology perfectly enables us to apply new insights as we gain them and accommodate any good ideas the team comes up with. A Scrum project is divided into a series of successive, bite-sized sprints. This means we’ll maintain short lines of communication, and you will quickly see results.
Benefits of Agile Scrum
- (End) Users can test sooner, which leads to better results
- Less time is spent on completing functionalities at a preliminary stage, while more time is spent on actually realizing these functionalities
- Close collaboration allows us to quickly respond to changing circumstances or new insights
- Short lines of communication result in a high level of commitment and a more successful collaboration
The term ‘scrum’ comes from rugby. It means a team tries to achieve a goal and win the game together. We apply the same principle within software development, which leads to the best end result for the customer.”
Erik de Bos, Scrum coach at Way2Web
The Minimum Viable Product
At Way2Web, the term ‘Minimum Viable Product‘ (MVP) is crucial to Scrum. For as technical business experts, we prefer to utilize user feedback as soon as possible, so we can deliver a better product.
The Minimum Viable Product is the description of a product that has just enough features to be assessed by test users. This way, we avoid a situation in which newly delivered functionalities turn out to have become superfluous. Or, existing functionalities are implemented in a better way. Moreover, this method is much more cost efficient.
Are you ready for the next level?
Digital transformation presents fantastic new possibilities and opportunities. Both for our company and yours too. As an IT specialist and entrepreneur, I would like to discuss this further with you, without any obligation, of course. Shall we make an appointment?