What is Scrum?

Scrum is an agile framework for creating, delivering, and maintaining complex products; it is used in research, marketing, software development, sales, and cutting edge technologies.

Some popular scrum software are Zepel, Trello, JIRA, ZohoSprints, Yodiz, Sprintly, nTask, and VersionOne.Scrum is used by companies such as Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, Facebook, Adobe, Nokia, Siemens, BBC and CNN.

Why opt for Scrum with Trugo?

One of the main elements of a productive Scrum team is equality: equal skills, equal power, equal workloads, equal personalities, and equal responsibilities. Many variables go into implementing Scrum in a company, but equality is a quality that permeates everything. That’s why at Trugo, our scrum team members possess different skills and train each other so that no one becomes a setback to the team. Our Scrum team is self-organized and approaches projects with a clear “us” attitude. All team members help each other to ensure the success of the sprint.

With our Scrum team on board, product development progress is visible. This visibility enables the companies that work with us to have fact-based decisions as development proceeds. We ensure that development occurs simultaneously with testing; this testing is done all the time, and not after all coding has been done.

Services included in Trugo’s Full Stack Development:

Better Product Quality You will have better product quality when you are checking in with your clients and partners for necessary upgrades during sprint reviews since they will be able to decide faster whether the product meets their requirements. If it does not match up to their requirements, you get the opportunity to turn and change directions earlier and quicker than in a waterfall project.

Sprints are the time-boxed cadence of the Scrum structure. The business standard is commonly 2-week cycles for these sprints; this implies that you will show your product to your clients and stakeholders a lot earlier and far more often than in a regular waterfall project that may take nine months to two years to finish.

More Control and Reduced Risk

Projects are more controlled because they are time-boxed and everybody knows what task they need to do. When utilized appropriately, Scrum permits everybody in the project from client to partner, from developer to Scrum Master to recognize what they are doing and when it ought to be done. Teams collaborate and communicate every day so some fewer questions or emergencies spring up out of the blue. Since you are working together more effectively through collaboration in Scrum and are more focused, you will see reduced risk to the project.

Lower production costs

Applying Scrum in development reduces the cost of production. Product costs are primarily determined by the time and effort spent on new releases. But companies are rarely able to estimate the real and total costs of production. In Scrum, story pointing can be used to estimate the complexity of any task. Complexity strongly correlates with the costs of production. Story pointing on each task gives you a chance to better estimate the cost of developing new features and also allows project managers to prioritize tasks based on their complexity.