All project members share the same view of the project. Everyone knows what to do next and knows the status and context of features and development tasks, allowing for better decision-making.
Working software at each release
At each interim release, the software must pass tests to check if all features are implemented correctly, as well as regression tests to detect problems and address them.
Teams have the freedom to estimate the actual effort needed to incorporate all features, enabling testing and production of the highest quality software.
Teams can identify and remove blockers at each development cycle by concentrating on the most significant impediments first.
Stay within budget
Scope is controlled by evaluating and ranking features and bugs during project runtime. That lets the project lead focus on the highest value items first, filtering out features with a low value/cost ratio.
Teams are empowered and responsible for creating high quality software. That ownership makes development more rewarding than is the case when developers are simply assigned development tasks.
- Supporting the definition and optimization of suitable software development tool chains and processes
- Providing project management support for complex software projects
Integration with other EB products and services
Agile contracts and collaboration models
Agile development isn’t just about software development; it’s about creating the basis for new collaboration and contract models with customers.