Agile software development is a software development method based on iterative and incremental development, where requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing, cross-functional teams.
There are many agile frameworks and they all follow the following statements of value:
- We value individuals and interactions over processes and tools.
- We value working software [or any product] over comprehensive documentation.
- We value customer collaboration over contract negotiation.
- We value responding to change over following a plan.
At GoodWorkLabs, we always follow Agile Methodologies of SCRUM and Extreme Programing for all our projects. It gives our customers a number of benefits that include quick time-to-market window, saving costs building only essential features to go to market, control of the roadmap and ability to change the direction of the project every sprint, measure quality at the end of every sprint, better risk management because you see a potential deployable product every sprint and so on.
Here’s a few good articles that help you understand more about agile and the key benefits.