“Agile and Nearshore - The Formula to Successful Software Development”

"It's time for software professionals to stop sitting on the fence where agile is concerned.

Forrester Report 2009


This is the quote from our new research “Agile and Nearshore - The Formula to Successful Software Development”, which is officially available here

We would like to draw a special attention to this work, as the aim of it is to give a broad overview of the Agile development methodologies, their practical appliance and successful combination with nearshore IT service delivery models.

The study analyzes the history of Agile development, discusses the main changes occurred in commercial software development sector over last years and presents a real-world case-studies of successful implementation of Agile methodologies in conjunction with Nearshore delivery approaches.

The study features successful implementations of Agile methodologies for software product companies “Borland”, large ICT multinationals “British Telecom” and professional ITO service providers “Levi9 Global Sourcing”. Especially the last one, as the company successfully crafted these two elements of successful software development into one robust approach!

Want to know more about the formula and real-world case-studies check out our report!

Coming soon......

3 comments:

MicroSourcing said...

Agile has been much talked about when it comes to software development, and providers who want to keep up would do well to pay attention to it.

Jerry said...

We have had an Agile for Outsourced Engineering available (and deployed) since 2008. If you want to know more please contact me at: jdurant@int-iom.org (CSM/CSP)

Nonillion Bulgaria said...

Agile Development and Nearshoring 2.0 are a very good match. Clients build there own team at the outsourcing partner where they can actively steer the short cycles of development. Communication problems are minized and very easely corrected while in the classical project outsourcing all problems occur very often when it is too late.