Since the beginning of software development, project managers have been trying to tame the three-headed monster known as the iron triangle: scope, schedule and budget. Here's how to conquer the iron triangle and create valuable products quickly.
We work with our clients to define product requirements in the form of “user stories.” These user stories make up a greater “sprint,” and help keep a product on track.
We think of Agile software development as a philosophy, not a methodology. We discuss why, and how an Agile approach benefits our customers.
It’s no secret that as a company, Devbridge Group has experienced a large amount of growth year over year. We are winning and solving more complex projects than years past and are seeing growth across the organization, monthly. To effectively scale, it was imperative to build out a Product Owner team, which was born in December 2014.
A quote is probably the most important piece of any project, both for client and vendor. The estimate, when performed correctly, will deepen the understanding of the scope of project, as well as provide a ground for deadlines, milestones, and resource allocation. This article discusses some techniques and process that help build a foundation for the estimation process.
Software companies must share their workflow with clients and competitors alike. Why would I share my secret sauce that makes everything taste just right, you ask? Because it helps define the value of the service we sell and sheds some light on differences between a $500 website and a custom-built solution.