Is there really a best software development methodology? Yes there is!
And finally someone can convincingly tell you about it.
The Abiliton™ concept is simple - there is a single best way to structure and execute every software development project. You just need to have enough experience to know which pieces of the puzzle are best for you.
The Abiliton software development methodology framework allows you to benefit from years of real world experience to help you identify your own "best way."
If you develop software, you know there are many standards: CMMI, ISO, etc; methodologies: Agile/SCRUM, RUP, Waterfall, etc.; certifications: PMP, MCSD, SCJD, CBAP, etc.; as well as numerous tools to choose from for every phase of the software development life cycle: requirements management, source code control, defect tracking, test automation, etc. And, you must select from a number of team structures and execution strategies, including onshore resources, offshore team members, extreme programming, "follow the sun" development, etc.
Our software development methodology is based upon developing an assessment and certification framework that makes it easy to assign the right standards, certifications, tools and team structure and seamlessly adapt them to every software development project, taking into account an organization's primary goal; whether it is time to market, flexibility, quality or budget.
- All development efforts are explicitly linked to your business objectives.
- Visibility of development activities and productivity measures tailored for multiple management level stakeholders drives improved productivity and performance.
- All software produced meets and exceeds client expectations.
- Learn from experience and continuously improve results based on lessons learned.
What We Deliver
The Abiliton™ software development methodology focuses on four critical foundation blocks of successful software development projects:
After a careful analysis of executive leader and stakeholder objectives, the lessons of Abiliton are applied to identify and select the optimal components of each of these four critical foundation blocks.