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Agile Project Management Services

Agile Project Management

A key to the successful delivery of your project.

Flexibility, rather than a rigid process.

The Agile project management method enables a  quick verification of different directions of development of the program so that it can naturally evolve towards better solutions. Working in accordance with the Scrum methodology lets us give our clients an ability to view the entire process, rather than the final product alone.

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Initiation

The first step in starting a new project. During the project initiation phase, you establish why you're doing the project and what business value it will delive

Planning

The primary tasks are identifying technical requirements, developing a detailed project schedule, creating a communication plan and setting up goals/deliverables.

Execution

That's where the team does the actual work. The aim of this stage is to establish efficient workflows and carefully monitor the progress of your team.

Monitoring and control

The project monitoring and controlling phase run simultaneously with project execution, thereby ensuring that objectives and project deliverables are met.

Closure

This is the final phase of the project management process. The project closure stage indicates the end of the project after the final delivery.

Maintenance & Support

The M&S phase occurs after the product is in full operation. It can include software upgrades, repairs, and fixes of the software if it breaks

The main purpose of Project Manager role is to ensure project success and proactively improve the internal processes of project management. 

Benefits of Agile Project Management

Better control

Better customer satisfaction

Improved predictability

Greater ability to adapt to changes

Continuous improvement

Collaboration between team members

Increased Flexibility

Save time and money

Improved quality of the end product

Increased transparency

Facts worth checking based on studies

One in six IT projects have an average cost overrun of 200% and a schedule overrun of 70%, with less than a third of all projects successfully completed on time and on budget.

41% of businesses with a high project failure rate blame a lack of involvement from higher-ups in project management

Companies that develop project management practices save 28 times more money than those that do not

Constraints that we focus on

Cost

Quality

Scope

Resources

Schedule

Risks

Project standards – why do we need them?

Project standards are the rules and conventions governing the way in which a project is conducted. They may be driven by organizational practices or by the project’s unique requirements and may address any aspect of a project, from the technology that will be implemented to the way in which meetings will be conducted and documented.

Here are the main benefits of using standards in your company

Increased chances of project success

The standards, developed by a team in the course of in-depth analysis and on the basis of experience gained, are the way of conducting a project, which – taking into account all business conditions – works best and allows to maintain the highest effectiveness.

Standardization of the ways of conducting all company projects

Properly defined standards allow for their replication – so it is a good idea to treat them not as burdensome formalities, but as a practical signpost that will also guide us through other projects we are involved in. This approach to standards facilitates the creation of new project teams or modification of existing ones, and in a broader perspective, allows you to build a brand that stands out from the market competition.

Improvement in project management

Having a coherent framework that determines the way of conducting and the course of projects, we can be confident about the transfer of knowledge and good practices between them and the teams running projects. It increases the quality of service provided to customers.

Enabling consistent scaling

If we know exactly why something worked and what should be avoided – why not repeat the achieved success again and again or with a new client? It is also easier to gain new customers if we can claim to have tested and implemented standards. A new project? We know how to get started and how to run it wisely! Probably nothing is more conducive to the consistent scaling of the business than good project standards.

The main areas of standard implementation in SolDevelo

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