Dedicated agile development teams
A managed team of specialists: agile, autonomous and adaptable to the needs of each project.
What is a dedicated agile team?
Squads are multidisciplinary teams that work under the scrum or kanban methodology, and are assigned to one or more projects in order to fill skill/capacity gaps in organizations and satisfy software development needs.
They are autonomous, self-sufficient and adaptive teams, they can increase or reduce their size depending on the needs and be seen as a unit, abstracting stakeholders from daily management.
Agile Development Cycle (Scrum)
Agile Development Cycle (Kanban)
In a Kanban board, where each column represents a stage in the development cycle, each individual task progresses through the circuit until it is finished, in a continuous cycle of work.
This methodology is used for corrective and/or evolutionary maintenance projects.
The step by step to get your dedicated team
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Depending on the customer’s needs, we have different teams models:
- Standard: We have teams experts in various technological stacks, with a standard configuration (product owner, scrum master, architects, designers, developers, devops, testers) to develop a projects from scratch.
- Product: Composed of a product owner and designers, applicable to projects whose objective is to interpret and define the design of a new product.
- Architecture or CTO as a service: Teams made up of a CTO and solution architects, ideal for establishing the architecture of a product or defining its technology stack.
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For Scrum projects, the report on the effort actually employed in the sprint will be presented during the review meeting.
For Kanban projects, a report on the completed tasks will be presented monthly.
Verify that the presented report matches your internal records and the commitment made.
For Scrum projects, an invoice will be issued after each sprint closure.
For Kanban projects, an invoice will be issued at the end of the month.
When to choose this modality
This type of contracting is appropriate in most cases, but especially in the following situations:
- You do not have your own team.
- The challenge is complex and requires different skills.
- You are not sure how long it will take to complete the project and you want to delegate decisions to highly skilled staff.
- You are dealing with long-term projects with broad scopes and potential changes in requirements.
- The internal team lacks experience and/or expertise related to the project in question.
- This is a one-off technology project that does not justify hiring an in-house team.
- The in-house team is focused on other development projects and cannot take on more work.
- You need to delegate the corrective and evolutive maintenance of a product to an external team.