We believe project management methodologies, as they are by definition, work only on paper. In reality, it’s a combination of their practices used by teams of developers to achieve the best results in software product development.
If your knowledge of the project features is not complete, or you want to go live with the minimum viable set of features and then extend the product relying on the actual users’ feedback, choose Scrum practices. We apply them for you to see or modify the product’s features, after each iteration, all along the development process. It suggests a lot of planning, requirement clarifications, some feature rework and your ever constant involvement.
Although Scrum isn’t cost-saving, it provides the fastest time to market, as compared to Kanban and Waterfall.
Enable a fast time-to-market due to work in progress optimization, which is the main advantage of Kanban. Since it’s very convenient for handling bugs and implementing new features effectively, we use Kanban mostly for projects in the support phase.
We prefer to use Waterfall if your fixed-cost project has a very detailed and preliminarily developed specification, especially in the Pharmaceutical business vertical. We can help you prepare a sufficient amount of project requirements to use this methodology, with minimal risks included into the budget. By choosing Waterfall, you save a significant amount of money through minimizing the overhead while accurately predicting the budget of your product, deadlines, and deliverables.