Mobile development: Why using an Agile methodology makes sense
Agile methodology is finding its importance in the mobile app development and even other software developments. Agile is a process of creating software solutions, including websites, applications and mobile applications that emphasise on offering high-quality software in a frequent and consistent manner, while reducing project costs and increasing organization value. Quest infosense have been following agile project management methodology for all of mobile app and other software development projects. The most common steps in agile software development process are-
Agile mobile development projects commences with a sequence of Discovery Sessions and research for understanding a client’s goals, challenges, business environment and customers and users. This process consists of main members of the projects like, client, project manager, designer, developer, and product possessor for ensuring a collaborative across the whole team. By involvement of the client in every stage of app development, mobile app Development Company offers greater pace of integration among the client and the project team, and offers opportunities to the team for understanding the clients, requirement completely.
The Product features list
Throughout Discovery process, the team works jointly to create a high-level Product Backlog that includes a list of all the characteristics that would be beneficial for the client and their users.
After creating list of features, a team of experienced developers stats working on each features to offer final working mobile application in stimulated time frame. The work of the team is reviewed and checked daily or weekly.
Thus, using agile methodologies into mobile app development method can have a great impact on the overall achievement of goals, as well as the intervening convenience of your mobile app development and investment. Responses, opinion and rectification can happen in a quick way for fixing minor problems before they will eventually turn into a big problem. It also helps in improving communication at every step of the mobile app development process by implying agile approach to project management process. In a nut shell agile offers an inclined and efficient model for the successful development of mobile application. The other benefits offered by using agile methodologies in mobile app development and other software
development are, stakeholder engagement, transparency, early and easy to predict delivery time, cost and schedule, permits changes, focuses on business changes, and customers needs, in addition to also take account of understanding the customer requirement fully.
Pratik Gothaliya is the Founder and CTO of Quest Infosense, A web & Mobile app development company. Pratik has accomplished over 9 years of experience in the software industry. Being an integral part of the company he assures uncluttered functionality for service or products development to clients. he promptly stands with unparalleled accomplishment for his clients and people.
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