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How We Use It

SCRUM comprises or adds project management as part of its practices. These practices guide the development team to find out the tasks at each development iteration. For the team of SCRUM, three main roles are defined. The first role is the product owner, who mainly would be the voice of business. The second role is the SCRUM team which comprises developers, testers, and other roles. This team would make initial contact with customer and identify the need for a new product. SCRUM master, which is the third role, is responsible for keeping the team focused on the specific goals, and help the team members to solve problems when they appear.

Why we use it
  • Project intake – we define the core functionality and the scope of the project.
  • Project implementation –daily SCRUM meetings measure the progress and detect the issues that     are blocking the team. Clients receive progress status reports on regular basis. At the end of the sprint we deploy the solution for client’s review and approval.
  • Project deployment –we usually present the result of our work to the customer at the end of each sprint.
Whats in it for You

Facilitates changing customer requirements: This is the key advantage offered by Scrum. It does this by providing a flexible framework wherein new features can be added and re-prioritization can take place without adversely affecting the project flow and team’s morale. Regular Feedback: The system of sprints encourages regular feedback, as each sprint is followed by a review. These reviews provide opportunities for the entire team to reflect on the previous sprint and discuss improvements for the next Collaboration and clear communication: By defining roles for team members it promotes collaboration as well as clear and open lines of communication between the developers, the client and other stakeholders.