Clearvision – Helping Your Company Go Agile
At the core of our mantra of “building better software together” is agile software development, methods based on iterative and incremental development.There are a number of iterations of Agile management but central to all of them is the Agile Manifesto – a simple of set of guidelines to be adhered to.
Agile development comes in many forms but the core concept remains the same.
Why adopt an Agile approach?
More and more software development teams are adopting an Agile approach to software development because it helps deliver working software on time and to budget. A mixture of this and customer collaboration also means the end client is happier too. Sounds good right?
An Agile approach helps:
To manage changing priorities
Increase project visibility
From the way we develop our own software (such as Spectrum), to the agile tools we sell and the agile training we deliver, Agile is always at the heart of everything we do.
Having taken the Agile approach ourselves we’re keen to help other companies adopt Agile best practice. We currently offer two classroom options – a two day Scrum training course and a three day Agile training course, which covers Scrum and Kanban.
We are also working on our very own JIRA Agile training course. For news of when that’ll be available simply follow us on Twitter (@clearvisioncm) to be the first to know!
What about Agile tools?
As we’re working on JIRA Agile training you could probably work out for yourself what tool we champion (others are available).
JIRA Agile is a powerful tool giving users a slick UI for flexible planning with industry-leading customisation options. Being an Atlassian tool it also syncs nicely with Confluence and has the look and feel we’ve come to expect from the software giants.
If you’d like to know more about JIRA Agile or adopting an Agile approach within your company head on over to our Agile Training page or speak to our member of team today: http://www.clearvision-cm.com/contact-us/
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