Agile Process Transformation

Do you find that features need to be trimmed or quality is sometimes compromised in order to get a software product out the door on schedule?
 Are software schedules and budgets exceeded on a regular basis while still not delivering on everything users wanted due to changing requirements?

These are indicators of a high-risk software development environment.

DESARA consultants have over 15 years of experience helping companies right-size and implement efficient software development processes tailored to their needs. They have supported leadership teams in developing and deploying targeted improvements to software development that have resulted in:

  • reductions to total cost of software creation
  • increased quality
  • improved customer satisfaction

Learn more about DESARA’s Agile Process Transformation Framework

Why Agile?

Would you like to reduce the overall risk in your software development while increasing the productivity of your development teams? How about reducing Time To Market for your software products while maintaining high quality? It sounds too good to be true, and if we wanted a magical silver bullet to deliver these results we would be asking for something too good to be true. However, implementing Agile software development frameworks have been proven to deliver results like these.

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There are no silver bullets and there is no one-size-fits-all solution. DESARA consultants can take your current software development environment as a starting point, understand what you to accomplish, and help you build and implement a right-sized solution to increase your ability to deliver the results you need for your business; increased productivity, reduced risk, and the agility to respond to changing business requirements.

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Whether you’re interesting in transitioning your organization to Agile or just interested in reading up on thoughts about Agile transformations, we’ve got a variety of articles that can provide some food for thought.  There’s no one “right” way to do Agile, having different viewpoints and discussions about them help us learn how to develop software better.

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