Lean Product Development
When you are building a product or business highly supported by a software, you need to ensure that the software is really supporting the business goals. Lean Product Development is the methodology we follow, which ensures that the software we are developing is totally focused on supporting your business goals.
Discovering countable business KPIs
KPIs mark the path to follow, as well as the objectives the developed software must meet.
Aligning acceptance criterias with the business KPIs
Planning a milestone to cover the business KPIs
Product development cycle
Our teams work in constant communication with the customer, modifying when needed, and delivering by milestones.
Our customers and quality teams monitor on the go the whole project, modifying when needed.
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A success Modern Quality Software driven by a Start-up Engineer Culture
Start-up culture in a non start-up company
We have a start-up soul: passionate about new technologies, always seeking to improve, and getting adapted to changes and needs constantly.
However, our experience, customers and stakeholders position us as one of the most important companies to count on.
Our engineers are led by a cultural code which drives the results of our work. We have been built since 2002 and it is always evolving.
Improve your skills, don’t be afraid to fail if you learn to do it better in the next iteration. Take courses and trainings, learn from your partners, and don’t be afraid to ask when you don’t know something.
Own your code outside your machine. If you code it, you must know how it should be tested, runned, debugged and operated.
Code from a test, if there is not red test, there is no code to fix it. You should only write code that satisfies a test, if you don’t you are writing untested code that is going to fail.
Automate Test, deliveries, repetitive tasks… When you automate a task you ensure that task never gets corrupted, anyone can understand it and its ready to be used when you or someone needs it again
You work in a team and you should see your project as a whole. Share the responsibility with your teammates