Traditionally at O² we had used waterfall development techniques and struggled to get products to the market on time and react quickly to customer demands and changing business needs.
After we introduced Agile we managed to produce a brilliant product in half the time it would have normally taken as well as improving engagement with the wider business.
The best thing about agile for me is that it’s much closer to the customer than to internal committees which slow things down. It allowed us to respond more quickly to changing internal and customer requirements and removed analysis paralysis.
Here at Sprint Goals we are passionate about creating beautiful, intuitive products that customers love.
We specialise in Agile Product Development and Training and help our customers put their customers at the heart of everything they do.
Whether you are a large corporate or a small start-up, we can help you build products with your customer at the heart of them.
To put the customer at the heart of our product development we use a variety of Agile delivery methods. Key ways in which Agile can help your business are:
Get products to market in less time
Respond faster to consumer or internal demands
Save you money
Improve collaboration and transparency within your business
Ensure that you get the product that you envisaged with no last minute shocks
Reduce bugs in production.
We won’t just get you up and running; our team of trainers and coaches will ensure that your business fully understands and buys into the concept of Agile development allowing you to deliver high quality products that meet the needs of your customers.
All our coaches are accredited and registered members of the Scrum Alliance.
But don’t just listen to us. Check out our testimonials.
Some examples of past and present clients are:
We have offices in Hertfordshire and London but operate all over the UK and Europe.
Before introducing Agile into our business we had a number of issues. We had issues with quality control, we lacked a clear prioritised roadmap and developer utilisation was very variable.
Since our work with sprintgoals the work the development team carries out is far more visible, it’s become much easier to prioritise work and the quality is steadily improving. The team have learned new skills and the whole business has been taken on a journey of agile transformation and are engaged and excited about the products we are building.
Agile in a way is a beautiful myth. It is something to aspire to and move towards, but the truth is that no company is…
In short.. no. Scrum is just one potential way to produce and enhance products through an Agile methodology.
There are other popular methods used such as Kanban and Extreme Programming (XP) which can be used to use an Agile framework….
There are many reasons companies want to adopt Agile development and one of the main reasons we hear is that people want to get products to market faster, or respond to changing market conditions and customer demands.
So the question is, can Agile really help here? The answer is a resounding yes but let’s look at why this is the case…