What we offer at Agile frameworks is a lean and methodical approach towards Agile delivery. We take a product-centric view to take concepts to market. We have delegated partners to drive your vision into user requirements towards the realisation for a product delivery and empowered delivery teams to help or drive the implementation for you.
Our strategy is to collaborate with teams towards an MVP (Minimal Viable Product) to get the 'must have' features delivered at the right velocity, then build towards an MMP (Minimal Marketable Product) and start that product journey.
We work with partners whom have their own expertise level in the relevant domains. We have our leading partner Unai who are data and AI specialists. They are a technology consultancy providing software engineering and data science to organisations driving positive change.
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Various Agile frameworks based on the Agile Manifesto
Principles of Transparency, Inspection and Adaptation using learning from the scrum guide. Learn about the structure of the framework and some myths that surround it.
Kanban focuses on the way flow moves through the system. Kanban is a visual representation using swimlanes and a pull mechanism to show states within a flow system. The lesson focuses on the structures and metrics within Kanban.
Agile framework that takes a more lean approach to Product Development. Learn about the ART (Agile Release Trains) and PI planning techniques, as well how the business vision is aligned to the enterprise delivery.
Dynamic System Development Model (DSDM) Is an agile framework that focuses on project deliveries in an agile setup. The lesson focuses on the structure of DSDM and the products.
In this section the DevOps culture is explained detailing the underlying principles and models associated to it. Important DevOps concepts such as delivery pipeline and Continuous Integration and Deployment.
Extreme Programming is an Agile framework, that has a suite of strong practices or disciplines. Learn about some of the main techniques which are often used in other Agile frameworks, for example, Pair programming.
Director for Agile Frmeworks has over 20 years experience in Delivery domain. He takes a 'hands on' approach to drive value and solutions at a sustainable pace for the organisation.
Business director for Agile Frameworks maintaining a close client relationship in order to meet and manage their demand.
Agile Power teams embedded into the delivery cycle. This pool of resource contains varying skillsets such as Programmers, Data Scientists, Technical Analysts and testers.
Product delivery for analytics platform using Tableau, Qlikview and Power BI data visualisation tools. Enterprise wide technology such as Oracle, big data and data warehouse models. Implementing an agile approach to working using DSDM and Scrum.
Improving the maturity of teams towards agility. Setting up and managing Agile hackathons to educate wider teams on the Agile values and practices. Work with power teams to improve techniques and address challenges or bottlenecks within the transformation projects. Improve the velocity of sprints.
Facilitates the build / Development of Electricity billing/dataflow life cycle. Tracking of industry files for new/existing customers being billed on their systems. Text data flows analysed between Meter, meter readings, rejections escalations tracking using various Extreme Agile practices.
Facilitating the journey for data using Informatica Data Quality (IDQ) within an MDM (Master Data Management) enterprise database. Defining iterative development cycles in order to plan according to the delivery plan defined.
Delivery for a leading bank to deliver company wide finance models calculating the EIR (Effective Interest Rate) for base products. Built for various products using dynamic calculation/amortisation tables delivered using various agile techniques within Scrum.
Developed and built various business Rule Engines to allow organisations to adapt to the very changing regulatory demands. Each rule was configured and executed as a suite of rules and overlayed with Analytics to track the organisation risk appetite.