Agile Methodology

Agile software development is one of the most effective methods to progress from an idea to a product. Agile development employs sustained planning and focuses on collaboration and incremental progress. As a result, Agile enables us to respond to change rather than be adherent to the plan.

We follow Agile software development at RESPONSE in most of our projects. We have designed our agile development framework to deliver business value by providing stability and flexibility while addressing risk and complexity. Our experienced experts help us accelerate software development without compromising quality.

Our Agile Framework
The majority of our Agile development sprints last two weeks. While individual sprints may vary, the client is able to observe tangible outcomes at the conclusion of each sprint. Throughout the project, there are sprint reviews and continuous communication. At the start of each sprint, we go back to the product backlog to rearrange the tasks and make the sprint backlog. 

The following are critical components of our agile framework:

  • Sprint Planning & Sprint Backlog
  • Biweekly sprints
  • Sprint Demo & Review
  • Sprint Retrospective

We will combine multiple sprints into a release. During every release, we will first roll out the product for UAT (User Acceptance Testing) and then to production.

Key benefits of our Agile model
Here are some of the key benefits when you work with RESPONSE’s agile development methodology.

Accelerate time to market
Using our in-house tools, processes, and proven practices, we can help you launch your product faster. 

Aligned to your business
Our flexible engagement models and Agile delivery process let us align with your business goals and increase your return on investment (ROI). 

Stable and high-quality deliverables
Our QA (Quality Assurance) practises and backlog grooming allow you to deliver high-quality deliverables with each release. 

Transparency and Visibility into projects
We work closely with our clients and provide complete transparency in project management and progress. 

Agility and Reduced Risk
Our agile teams let you respond quickly to changes in scope or priorities and lower the risk of failure.