DigiScape Project Management Approach

Agile project management is an approach based on delivering requirements iteratively and incrementally throughout the project life cycle. At the core of agile is the requirement to exhibit central values and behaviors of trust, flexibility, empowerment, and collaboration.

At DigiScape, Application Development projects follow Agile Project Management methodology. We train our teams to be collaborative, flexible, and adaptive. We have strong believe that technology changes on a rapid pace continuously so we must adopt to be prompt to act and respond, and train ourselves to be future ready. IT landscape is very competitive and so the expectations of our customers and their customers to them as well. Agile-driven methodology has minimize many risks with frequent releases and SPRINTS to deal with changes quickly. We do this by encouraging teams to regularly show off their work and gather feedback so that they can adapt to change quickly.

Some of our guiding principles for Agile Scrum at DigiScape are:

  • Customer satisfaction is always the highest priority and is achieved through rapid and continuous delivery.
  • Changing environments are embraced at any stage of the process to provide the customer with a competitive advantage.
  • A product or service is delivered with higher frequency.
  • Stakeholders and developers collaborate closely on a daily basis.
  • All stakeholders and team members remain motivated for optimal project outcomes, while teams are provided with all the necessary tools and support, and are trusted to accomplish project goals.
  • Face-to-face meetings are deemed the most efficient and effective format for project success.
  • A final working product is the ultimate measure of success.
  • Sustainable development is accomplished through agile processes whereby development teams and stakeholders are able to maintain a constant and ongoing pace.
  • Agility is enhanced through a continuous focus on technical excellence and proper design.
  • Simplicity is an essential element.
  • Self-organizing teams are most likely to develop the best architectures and designs and to meet requirements.
  • Regular intervals are used by teams to improve efficiency through fine-tuning behaviors.

Agile can help ensure company-wide process and methodological alignment. In terms of business benefits, both the digital workplace and agile provide:

  • Increased flexibility
  • Increased productivity
  • Increased transparency
  • Higher quality deliverables
  • Decreased risk of missed objectives
  • Increased stakeholder engagement and satisfaction

Advantages of agile for project management. Agile provides project teams, sponsors, project leaders, and customers many project-specific benefits, including:

  • More rapid deployment of solutions
  • Reduced waste through minimization of resources
  • Increased flexibility and adaptability to change
  • Increased success through more focused efforts
  • Faster turnaround times
  • Faster detection of issues and defects
  • Optimized development processes
  • A lighter weight framework
  • Optimal project control
  • Increased focus on specific customer needs
  • Increased frequency of collaboration and feedback