We arrange transparency and efficiency of all processes in project management.

Good project management and communication are two of the most critical areas that go hand in hand. We inform you of the project’s progress at every stage of the development process.

We use various tools to enhance communication. So, in Slack, we communicate on a daily basis. Jira is used for сomprehensive our projects management - this includes fixing tasks, tracking progress, using artifacts, planning sprints, etc. Email serves for notifications and similar. 

Moreover, at Mad Devs, we stand for Scrum meetings so our customers always know what is going on, what they pay for, and why they can trust and rely on us. Scrum meetings include daily standups, sprint planning sessions, and sprint retrospectives.

Daily Scrum

The daily scrum is a meeting that's designed to help the team plan out our work for the day and product owner/stakeholders see the daily progress. It allows them to identify any obstacles that could prevent them from reaching their goals. At Mad Devs as in many other companies, we used to call it standup.


We create a simple, but powerful chatbot Comedian to automate the standup monitoring processes. For remote teams, the most effective tool is holding meetings asynchronously in chats, and we support and automate these processes with our own product.

Sprint Planning

A sprint is a set of tasks that team members work on in a short time frame to complete. Each project is broken into time blocks known as sprints, which are usually carried out in 2-week intervals. During the planning meeting, the team and product owner will review the progress of the project and decide what should be done next to keep the project on track. It helps our agile team get the most out of its work and we can implement similar processes in your company.

Sprint review

A sprint review, also called a demo, is a meeting that the team holds after a sprint, where they show what was done during the period. It's usually focused on demonstrating new features and improving collaboration. Generally, after the sprint, the team members are expected to review the work that was done and answer any questions that they might have. The product owner then explains the backlog items that were not completed during the sprint.


What you get by sprint review:

  • collect feedback on the backlog items that were completed during the sprint
  • highlighting current problems and finding ways to resolve them
  • You can get a ready-made guide for holding the next sprints and for improving the entire work process of the team

Sprint Retrospective

The sprint retrospective is a regular meeting that the team holds at the end of a sprint to reflect on how well they performed during the previous sprint. It is usually the last thing done in a sprint.

We organize retrospective meetings to:

  • Systemize events and team actions for a respective period
  • Identify and make conclusions from lessons learned as well as document them
  • Research what possibilities exist to improve the team performance
  • Increase the team members’ involvement level

We create and share with you thorough documentation not only on technical details but on all processes, and provide you with all artifacts such as meeting notes, reports, instructions, and so on, to deliver a clear idea about the work progress.

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Alice Jang

Alice Jang

Project Manager