Agile and SCRUM

Only 32% of Software Development Projects Succeed

According to the Standish Group Report 2009, only 32% of software development projects succeed.

A major cause of failure has been highlighted through research to be the process or methodology followed traditionally by most software development teams, and still many today – often referred to as “traditional” or “waterfall” methods.

There is a better way

The failure rate of software projects has remained fairly consistent for a number of years – in fact it has slightly worsened over time according to the Standish Group. This reality motivated a group of concerned software professionals to meet together in February of 2001 and compile what is now known as the “Agile Manifesto” of which White Wall Web is a signatory.

We have seen incredible successes after moving to an Agile approach since 2005. SCRUM is a fairly lightweight Agile methodology which White Wall Web currently favors, uses and recommends for most web development  projects.

There are roll on implications

An Agile development approach enables full business agility. This causes new opportunities and new problems. The technology architecture, testing and quality assurance processes, and communication methods and tools around your technology are all impacted by the new agility.

We can help

Whether you are looking to outsource an entire chunk of web application development work, or optimize the performance of an existing in house team, we can help. We have experience and knowledge around the tools, processes, and team roles required to do Agile development right.

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