In an increasingly competitive world, companies must redouble their efforts to boost innovation and adapt quickly to market changes. That's why we adapt our work methodologies to your needs, ensuring agility and efficiency, as well as maximum flexibility and response speed.
What is Agile?
Agile is a project management iterative approach that encourages constant collaboration, open communication, flexibility and continuous improvement of the process and all team members involved.
This methodology breaks down each project into several smaller phases. After each one, there is a review period to determine what could be improved, meaning Agile is highly responsive to feedback, change and optimisation.
By using Agile frameworks in software development, Alter Solutions makes sure your projects evolve rapidly and efficiently, while adapting to your feedback. Ready to assemble your Agile team?
We start by conducting a full analysis and assessment of your company’s work methods.
Agile transformation plan
We create a strategy to help your business implement an Agile methodology, counting with our full support along the way.
We coach your teams regarding Agile best practices to adopt on a day-to-day basis.
We present a formal proposal for a successful implementation of Agile culture and tools.
We find a way to boost your productivity even more by combining a tailor-made DevOps approach into your Agile methodology.
Alter Solutions’ multidisciplinary Agile teams are structured to include:
- Agile Master
- Project/Product Manager
- Scrum Master
One of the most popular Agile frameworks, Scrum works with 2 to 4 weeks timeframes, called sprints. With daily meetings to discuss tasks and challenges, Scrum is very team-focused and ideal for projects where requirements frequently change.
The word in Japanese means “visual board”. That’s why this framework is so visually oriented, providing each team member a unique vision into the workflow and progress of the project.
Improve productivity by minimising “waste”. That is the core principle of Lean: it encourages businesses to eliminate time-consuming and needless activities that undermine the overall performance, putting a special emphasis on the role of employees to achieve success.
Extreme Programming XP
A more technical vision of the project, focused mainly on software quality and customer satisfaction. It guarantees frequent deliveries to rapidly address the client’s requests.
LeSS (Large Scale Scrum)
This framework uses the core principles of Scrum, but on a larger scale, applying them to multiple teams. It’s ideal for large organisations with big projects in hands.
Superior quality products
One of the biggest perks of this methodology, since testing and frequent releases are a big part of it.
As a result of incremental deliveries, continuous feedback and higher quality products.
Due to the atmosphere of constant challenge and evolution, but also to the fact that team members are self-organised and autonomous.
Time and cost efficiency
Since the development teams are empowered and count on regular feedback, Agile helps save time and unnecessary resource costs.
The advanced reporting tools and Agile’s inherent transparency contribute to a better understanding of how the project is progressing.