Incremental developments hold tremendous value for our clients and the project team. Work can be broken into parts and conducted in rapid, iterative cycles. The regular meetings that are part of agile allow project teams to share progress, discuss problems, and work out solutions. The entire process is also more transparent, meaning that any issues or synergies are identified quickly.
The incremental nature of the agile method means that projects are completed in shorter sprints, making them more manageable. It also allows products to be rolled out quickly and changes to be easily made at any point during the process.
Because it is iterative, one big benefit of agile methodology is the ability to find problems and create solutions quickly and efficiently. The flexibility of the agile method allows project teams to respond to customer reaction and constantly improve the product.
The client remains involved in the development process and can ask for changes depending on the market realities.
Close collaboration between the project team and the customer provides immediate feedback. The customer is able to make tweaks to their expectations and desires throughout the process. The result: a more satisfied customer.
The agile method’s iterative nature also means the end product is ready for market faster, staying ahead of the competition and quickly reaping benefits. The benefits of the agile method are cutting costs and time to market in half, while increasing application quality and customer satisfaction.
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At Blankfactor, we promote continuous iteration of development and testing throughout the software development lifecycle of the project. Both development and testing activities are concurrent, leading to a better end result.
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Alex is known as our resident foodie and adventure-junkie. Originally from the travel industry, Alex gained his operational experience helping an international travel company grow and expand across 7 countries. He witnessed firsthand the essential role tech plays in helping startups expand quickly and successfully.
His experiences leveraging technology to do big things spurred his shift from travel to the tech development industry. Since joining Blankfactor, Alex has led the charge in growing the team across the globe.
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Melody describes herself as secretly introverted and surprisingly amelodic. As a graduate of Yale University, with a Master’s in Education from Stanford, specializing in Learning, Design and Technology. Melody has worked in edtech for over a decade, including leading a web and mobile interactive math program, and growing the project from a pilot into a multi-million dollar program across multiple states.
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Her passion for technology is apparent through her volunteer work teaching kids to program and inspiring the next generation of software developers. When she’s not leading the daily standups and spearheading projects, you might find her relaxing in her hammock on the balcony, dancing the night away, or cooking up some incredible Colombian cuisine.
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