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Digital Solution development with Agile

Zextera believes in High Quality Digital Solutions . Zextera executes all of the Digital Solution development in Agile methodology which ensures high customer satisfaction by delivering the solutions quickly and in an iterative way giving the opportunity for customers to be an integral part of the development cycle. The feedbacks from customers are incorporated in the product lifecycle ensuring that they get exactly what they want.

Agile development is known for being cheaper, faster, and quicker to respond to changing market demands by welcoming changing requirements, even late in the development stage. Agile processes harness change for the customer’s competitive advantage. In Zextera, we consider Agile Digital Solution development as our core differentiator and takes Agile principles to heart.

Agile development centers around short “sprints” where developers race to fix bugs and write working software within a span of anywhere between 2 to 4 weeks. Agile is most often talked about in terms of modern Web 2.0 applications where we see frequent updates and changes to code as feature sets are enhanced and new functionality is added at a rapid pace. This methodology is typically seen as the opposite of the waterfall process where development and management follows a sequential process. In waterfall projects, progress is seen as cascading sequentially through the phases of conception, initiation, analysis, design, development and testing.

Agile ensures a continuous collaboration between customers and developers which helps developers model requirements which get translated to a complete IT solution. Another important characteristic of Agile is progressive elaboration and phased deliverables. Agile gives an opportunity to understand more about customer choices and preferences and the power to customer to choose what they want to implement first and helps them to go to market with critical implementation solution much earlier than in a waterfall model.