Goals and product vision - visionary and realistic
We develop a vision with you.
A picture of what the future solution will be like, how the world will be changed by the future solution and what goals will be achieved by using the solution. The vision guides us through the entire development process and sets the direction in which we think.
Especially in an agile environment it is important to pursue a clear goal and not to lose sight of it. Through our experience and your knowledge of your company's capabilities, we are able to jointly set realistic goals and create visions that we can implement together and thus make a reality.
We develop a holistic solution that fits you - together.
We look at your processes and get to know the people who will work with the solution. We plan with you and approach the goal step by step. This is standard for us - different from the solution.
Here we rely on standard technologies as long as it makes sense and develop individual solutions where necessary. In doing so, the people who will work with the solution are part of the solution and can be taken along on the journey right from the start thanks to the agile development process.
Implementation competence - with the right project sequence
SCRUM at our LMIS AG
Scrum is used in product development.
It is a framework for agile project management with the goal to develop, deliver and maintain complex products. Scrum is based on the assumption that a development project is too complex to fully describe the result in advance and create a detailed project plan. Instead, an iterative approach is chosen in which the product is developed incrementally and continuously improved. A clear and concise product vision ensures that the development is driven forward in a focused manner and that the originally set goals are achieved. In addition to the product, planning is also developed and refined piece by piece, so that project planning concentrates on the essentials.
The introduction of Scrum in a company can require great efforts. However, if successful, the company is able to react to changing situations at an early stage.
Incremental product development makes the results transparent, reducing delays and misunderstandings. The short iterations ensure that errors and risks can be identified and eliminated earlier.
Scrum offers easy-to-understand rules that lead to high flexibility and agility. This leads to teams working much more effectively than teams in classic development models.