Agile approach - Logient

Logient uses agility and the Scrum framework to carry out its projects, since we strongly believe in the core values of this approach:

  • Commitment from all parties to ensure a high-quality product that truly provides added value to its end-users
  • The courage to act and be transparent throughout the project, no matter the hurdles.
  • A focus on delivering services that provide added-value
  • To be open to change and consequently adapt

Respect for the work itself and all the  individuals involved

The pillars of Agile: Transparency, introspection and adaptation

At the heart of Agile lies transparency. It is the first reflex to develop to quickly achieve the desired results. Collaboration, as well as open and strong communication channels, are the other keys to success.

Should problems arise, they need to be brought to light and thoroughly examined before attempting to resolve them. The actions to be undertaken could then differ from the ones originally planned. However, if they allow the project to move forward, it is up to the stakeholders to show the required audacity and adaptability to see them through, for it is not so much the journey, but the final destination that matters in this context.

On your marks. Get set. Sprint!

The following images represent the steps of a project managed using the Agile approach. The project is organized into iterative and incremental development cycles, or sprints, where both Logient and the client’s teams actively collaborate. The final result? An application fully meets the requirements of its end-users. The project cannot be fully executed according to good practices? Not a problem as long as there is adaptability, rigor, as well as open and strong communication channels, and organization.  Thinking agility before starting a complex project is often the key to success. We strongly believe this, which is why we recommend it.

Lift-off

  • Team kick-off meeting
  • Requirements and UX/UI Workshops
  • Backlog creation
  • Hi-level solution architecture
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Development sprints

  • Design Studio and Functional Analysis
  • Prioritization & Technical specifications of User Stories
  • Coding
  • If necessary: Prototyping, User Validation
  • Quality Analysis and Testing
  • Client demo at every sprint