Before starting work on each release, we coordinate with the product owner the inclusion of features, fixes, enhancements and services. Eventually these work items are distributed across the 4-6 sprints. The final sprint is just for tests and measurements of finished tasks. Duration of our sprints depends on the needs of the project, but we strive to make them just long enough to finish meaningful work – and declare it done.
By involving our team in your business processes, we get the proper insights in the business aspect of this project. That way we can offer you key indicators to define progress of our work and ways to check the project’s development. With viable roadmap and clearly defined phases of work, we can give you the confidence of completing the application on budget and on time.
A lot of questions involving software can be answered by creating a rapid prototype. Such interactive, working model of application works as the visual representation of project and helps to communicate general guidelines.
Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is much more than prototype. Its first working version needed to get the feedback from initial users, test the product against market needs, make the corrections to the roadmap and budget. By building a MVP, we can help you validate your ideas and minimize the business risk.
We need to establish what business goals do you have, what are you trying to accomplish with mobile application. Do you want to increase customer satisfaction? Or maybe improve performance of your employees? Full clarity about these goals helps us to design fundamental aspects of software we will be building for you.