Agile Methodology for Quick and Successful Project Completion by kovair


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									                         Agile Methodology for Quick and Successful Project Completion

To ensure a successful project completion and cut down the possibility of a project failure, many software
development teams are continually looking for ways to enhance both the process and technology of software
development life cycle. With no software system being simple enough to complete a development that can be
scripted from beginning to end in a linear fashion, there are plenty that are looking at a shift in the market towards
the Agile ALM. Agile and ALM, once two distinct market segments, are now beginning to consolidate. As a result we
now have what is called Agile ALM platforms. Although both the ALM and Agile communities concentrate on
enhancing the current state of software development, the agile methodology uses the technology point of view to
approach a challenge while agile looks at improving the process itself.

The mutual goals and synergies of ALM and Agile are resulting in a number of Agile ALM vendors in the market.
Scrum, the most popular implementation of the agile movement, has seen exponential growth in the past and teams
using Scrum enjoy the advantage of accelerated product innovation, and minimal project rework. The best thing
about Agile is that it preserves the interests of all stakeholders in a project, be it the client, project manager,
development team or testing team.

Agile promotes transparency and visibility, both of which are crucial aspects for the success of any project. To ensure
successful project completion it is essential for your agile solution to maintain artifacts, entities and objects as well
as projects, releases, sprints, product backlogs, daily scrum meetings, test cases, issues/changes. It is consequently
important for an agile solution to be capable of dealing with several project releases, encapsulating all primary
meeting phases, engage in optimized traceability relations and combine visual matters, process designs and handle

Ideally effective application lifecycle management solutions should not require too much product support and
maintenance, and be able to selectively import from various sources including previous projects. Managing backlogs
and entities is an important step since these backlog items are assigned to different users independent of their
locations, therefore agile solutions should allow for user access from anywhere anytime. It must also offer best
solution that can allow users and project members to enter various Backlogs as Issues/ defects/ change and
enhancement requests. It must also allow for routing of these items through suitable workflows based on the
backlog types.

Partner with the right service-provider to ensure best process management and successful project completion.

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