At Infinite, we aim to create business value in every project we deliver. We assign a dedicated project manager to every web development project and follow industry-standard project management and software development methodologies.
This means that from the very beginning, all our project managers have a clear vision of your end goal and what success means for your project. It also means we have a mutual understanding of the scope, schedule and project costs.
Our team are experienced in a number of web development methodologies including PMBOK, Prince2, Agile Scrum and Agile XP, so we can tailor our approach to suit your needs. While our approach is generally a combination of Agile Scrum and RDUF (Reasonable Design Up-Front), all our projects deliver:
- Exception and issues management throughout the project
- Risk and quality assessment so that the solution delivered is fit for purpose
- Regular reporting and feedback to keep the project on track whilst providing the agility to accommodate changing requirements
What is Agile Scrum?
Agile Scrum involves the development of project milestones in short incremental bursts known as sprints. This means:
- Benefits are recognised earlier as your project can be released in sprints
- Not every detail needs to be known up-front, so your project will not get stuck in a long-winded analysis phase
- Your project deliverables can change as new requirements emerge
What is RDUF?
RDUF fills any gaps that Agile may have. It involves a reasonable amount of up-front Requirements Analysis before development begins. This means:
- A clear vision for the success of the project can be formulated and agreed upon – up front
- A high level scope can be created, helping to define costs and schedule – so you know when the project will be completed and how much it will cost
- The initial intention of the project and the benefits it intends to deliver are defined and referred to throughout the rest of project. This keeps the project on-track and aligned to business value.