Since as early as 2008, Scrum has increasingly become our methodology of choice for the vast majority of projects. We now heavily favor Scrum to Sucessfully cope with loosely defined or constantly changing requirements, or critical time to market demands. Over the years, we have accumulated deep Scrum expertise and take pride in employing some of the best Scrum Masters out there who not only effectively lead projects but also constantly contribute to the company's body of Scrum knowledge. We also have worked hard to hone our process to specifically address the challenges of outsourced development and it has paid off tremendously when delievering products for some of the world's most recognizable brands such as Google and Discovery Communications.
When the work is completed, it can be reviewed and evaluated by the team and customer, through daily builds and end-of-sprint demos. These sprints are basically relying on high level of customer involvement throughout the development phase of the project, which means customer feedback has to be incorporated into the design before the next sprint is run.
Scrum is an iterative and incremental software development methodology designed to build products faster. Scrum uses short timeboxed development cycles (called sprints),with each sprint resulting in potentially shippable functionality delivered.
The Agile methodology allows for changes to be made after the very initial planning. End customer always get early opportunities to go through the work and can track on the work which is being delivered and the can make decisions and changes.
As agile methodology allows you to make frequent changes in the product, so it becomes easier to add features that will keep you up to date with the latest developments in your business industry.
The testing at the end of each sprint ensures that the product is being developed bug free and initial bugs are caught and taken care in the early development phase. This saves lot of time and cost.