Agile Team

Agile development methodologies grew out of the real-life experiences of software professionals who were tired of the challenges and limitations of the traditional waterfall methodology. The Agile approach is promoted by a direct response to the issues associated with traditional software development – both in terms of overall philosophy as well as specific processes.

Although there are many benefits of an Agile model, there are also a number of common challenges that prevent many teams from successfully scaling Agile processes out to the Enterprise level.

ABmra helps you easily plan and track your Agile software projects, releases, and iterations with drag-and-drop simplicity using an intuitive user interface. ABmra synchronizes with downstream ALM and test management tools to enable enterprise-scale Agile by automating and orchestrating business-driven goals and measures into the software development lifecycle.

Benefits of hiring dedicated team from us

Improved Quality

One of the greatest benefits of an Agile framework is improved product quality. By breaking down the project into manageable units, the project team can focus on high-quality development, testing, and collaboration. Also, by producing frequent builds and conducting testing and reviews during each iteration, quality is improved by finding and fixing defects quickly and identifying expectation mismatches early.

By adopting Agile software development practices, organizations can deliver solutions on time and with a higher degree of client and customer satisfaction. By incorporating the ability to change, they are better able to incorporate feedback from demos, usability testing, and customers into the product.

Focus on Business Value

Another one of the primary benefits of Agile is an increased focus on delivering strategic business value by involving business stakeholders in the development process. By doing so, the team understands what’s most important and can deliver the features that provide the most business value to their organization.

Focus on Users

Agile development uses user stories with business-focused acceptance criteria to define product features. By focusing features on the needs of real users, each feature incrementally delivers value, not just an IT component. This also provides the opportunity to beta test software after each Sprint, gaining valuable feedback early in the project and providing the ability to make changes as needed.

Stakeholder Engagement

An Agile process provides multiple opportunities for stakeholder and team engagement – before, during, and after each Sprint. By involving the different types of stakeholders in every step of the project, there is a high degree of collaboration between teams. This provides more opportunities for the team to truly understand the business’ vision, deliver working software early, and frequently increases stakeholders’ trust. Stakeholders are encouraged to be more deeply engaged in a project since trust has been established in the team’s ability to deliver high-quality working software.


Another benefit of Agile software development is that it provides a unique opportunity for clients or customers to be involved throughout the project. This can include prioritizing features, iteration planning and review sessions, or frequent software builds containing new features. However, this also requires customers to understand that they are seeing a work in progress in exchange for this added benefit of transparency.