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Agile Project Management Services

IT Outsourcing | Consulting | Software and Application Development

A key to the successful delivery of your project.

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.

How the process looks like?


Before we start the project, we need to get to know your requirements, your business goal and the value that the project brings you.


In this phase we're breaking down the project into smaller parts, preparing project timeline and making sure that the team is ready to start the work.


Once the project scope, timeline and the team is ready and approved by you, we can start the development! We'll start with the kick-off meeting so you can meet the whole team working on the project and confirm all the requirements.

Monitoring and control

On this phase we will closely monitor the progress and react quickly to any changes in requirements. You'll receive reports and updates regularly as communication is a key for us.


In this phase we provide all the deliverables that we agreed on, launch the project and determine it's success. Now we can also evaluate what went wrong and what worked well in the project to make sure we're constantly improving.

Maintenance & Support

Once the product goes live, that's were the journey starts! We will help you develop and maintain your product to make sure that it meets all yours and its users needs.

"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

Improved predictability

Continuous improvement

Increased Flexibility

Improved quality of the end product

Better customer satisfaction

Greater ability to adapt to changes

Collaboration between team members

Save time and money

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.