HOW WE DELIVER
Delivering for our clients with Agile discipline
We set up teams around you
We form a dedicated Feature Team around each client and their apps. Your Feature Team not only builds your software but also releases and maintains it – and gets to know the operations your business over the long term.
The dedicated team ownership leads to long-term improvements and operational care of your software.
It takes all types of teams
Feature Teams – building software for you
Each of our Scrum teams are set up around you to build software for you and your business. This fully-functional team envisions and refines your backlog, builds software, addresses your top-priority support tickets and works to keep technical debt at bay.
System Team – keepers of the infrastructure
The System Team plans and implements cloud infrastructure to power your applications – and support each Feature Team. Application monitoring and outage resolutions are under the System Team’s purview as well as handling support tickets that don’t require deep code changes.
The Feature Team, where new software gets built
A Feature Sprint is a classic Scrum sprint – the focused two-week increment wherein each Scrum team constructs, tests and ships new software. All Feature Sprint work is assembled around the goals of the Program Increment and builds atop each other to realize roadmap strategies. Daily standups and real-time chats keeps team collaboration and alignment high.
Focused around sprint goals for feature development, the Scrum team works collaboratively to ship new software. Book-ended by sprint planning and sprint review sessions at the beginning and end of the sprint, teams work as a unit to deliver tested user stories. Heavily vetted by the team’s Product Manager and you, the client, each sprint moves your solution toward its roadmap goal.
Team composition and key players
Every Feature Team is cross-functional with all specialties required to build and ship enterprise software.
- Back-end Engineer: web service construction, application coding and database development
- UI/UX Designer: user experience, aesthetics, layout, interface styling and construction
The Product Manager provides Agile product leadership including product vision and backlog management. The Engineering Manager supervises technical staff and takes primary responsibility for day-to-day execution of the team.