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Slide background VALUE DRIVEN DELIVERY "Value, specifically the delivery of business value,
is a core component of agile methods."
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Slide background THE CHANGE IS CONSTANT
- HAVE A FASTER FEEDBACK CYCLE
"High-performing organisations waste about 13 times less money than low performers"
Capturing the Value of Project Management -Project Management Institute
Slide background FLEXIBLE PRIORITISATION "Highly agile organisations have significantly better project
outcomes compared to their counterparts with low agility"
Capturing the Value of Project Management -Project Management Institute
SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS FOR DISRUPTIVE TECH BUSINESSES

  • Rapid, Iterative Prototyping of IT Solutions on the concept of Minimum Viable Product (MVP).
    Stay within budget and adjust quickly to changes in circumstances.
    • Start by defining your Solution in the Discovery Phase, create a Product Backlog and deliver the most valuable feature first.
    • Measure its success, adapt to the new circumstances and apply the findings to the next phase.
    • Be able to quickly change priorities. Project decisions that are constantly being validated enable you to, in each phase, focus on delivering the most valuable features.
    • Short time frames. Between two and four weeks.

  • Independent Outside View to Identify Problems and Improve Performance.
  • We advise on modern Agile Software Project Management and help you to maintain and prioritise your Product Backlog to deliver features with the highest Return On Investment.
  • ISO 9001 / ISO 90003 Compliance.


Key Benefits

  • Focus on Business Value.
  • Predictable Cost and Schedule.
  • Higher Quality.
  • Reduced Risk.
  • Early Available and Highly Relevant Metrics.
  • Improved Progress Visibility, Collaboration and Ownership.
  • Higher Customer Satisfaction.


"We found that agile practices were a match for the needs of our biomedical projects and contributed to the success of our organisations"
—David W Kane et al. Agile methods in biomedical software development: a multi-site experience report