We take an Agile approach to streamline the right people and stack and deliver projects aligned with business goals.
Before starting a project, it is crucial to define its scope and goals. After that, our project managers collaborate with clients to establish milestones, epics, roadmaps, and sub-tasks for task execution. They then plan work scopes, priorities, and delivery dates.
By developing an end-to-end approach, we ensure that our clients' projects are managed successfully.
Tech Stack We Love to Use
Workflow Automation in Software Development
Business leaders and founders often get puzzled by the many ways to streamline all the different processes empowering the team members to achieve the same goal. They perfectly know the importance of efficient communication and collaboration between departments or groups. Business world trends indicate that automation is becoming increasingly common in every organization as time goes on. A McKinsey & Company survey conducted before the COVID-19 outbreak in 2020 revealed that just 61% of respondents say their companies have met their automation targets. Well, let's take a closer look at what the automation workflow is? What are the 3 basic components of workflow? How to automate the process using Jira as an example?
Overview of Workflow Automation Market Trends
The rapid pace of the global economy is expected to drive the demand for more effective workflows and processes across various industries. This is why it is important that organizations adopt the necessary tools and workflows to improve their efficiency.
Improve Team Productivity: Four Steps to Avoid Micro Context
Initially, I learned the "micro context" term from one excellent scrum master. I thought I understood what the word meant, but when I googled it, I realized that there was no obvious explanation for it in relation to the team project work. There was only the explanation of the term itself to be found.Then this scrum master told me that he and his colleagues used this term at some scrum parties.The term micro context in IT project teams means that a different context exists somewhere within the team. Projects, scopes, arrangements, limitations might be subjects of micro context. Micro context is thought to be an anti-pattern or, simply put, a problem. Taking a closer look, we can see that the issue of desynchronization between people and teams at work happens pretty often. Nevertheless, below are the examples of micro context so that it's clearer why you need to avoid getting into it.