9 Benefits of Using Agile Development

Ready to take your custom software development process to the next level? 9 reasons why we offer faster, better, and more personalized outcomes with Agile development

1> Anticipatable and often expeditious delivery

Prioritizing tasks and development work according to user needs often means you have a releasable version of the product earlier than you would with a waterfall approach. In addition, the focal point is on specific features and ‘pieces’ of the product makes for more efficient working thanks to a tighter focus on smaller, more manageable objectives in each short sprint of activity.

2> Greater quality product

Testing is a huge part of the Agile approach and is customarily carried out after each feature is built. Then there’s the testing conducted internally, ensuring the product’s code quality and functioning. Regular checking-in with reality ensures a quality product that clearly addresses its target needs.

3> More efficacious teamwork

While thinking about the perks of Agile, it’s impractical not to think of efficiency. This autonomy and relative freedom compared to more hierarchical organizational structures mean more commitment to the project, centers on its objectives, and a powerful motivation to innovate in order to build the best possible digital product. This distributed approach to project commands, shares the traditional manager responsibilities across the entire team, emancipating individuals to make decisions relevant to their role and experience. Teamwork is also driven by pellucid communication, both between team members working firsthand on the product’s design and code and with the larger team which encompasses the product owner and other stakeholders. With an agile project, everyone who needs to can see at any point, exactly what stage the process is at – they see progress as it is made instead of seeing nothing until a final product is presented to them.

4> Apposite metrics

For conventional software, the plan is everything, and the estimate of success, time and again adds up to the approach the development crew has implemented with the targeted goal. Agile is more adaptable, and methodical and its systematic reviews signifies that metrics are more customarily measured, giving a more explicit image of progress at any time. The Metrics focus on the class of the results attained but also on how the team is working and the project is attaining those results.

5> More constructive use of resources

In Agile, project charges are more expected cause of the minuscule sprints of activity, each engrossed in a specific, defined work area. This not only allows the project to pivot its direction in response to changing needs and circumstances but also limits how far the team can go down a dead end, thus limiting the spending of time and resources on work that proves unfruitful. By linking budget management to sprints or iterations, resource use is aligned with the structure of the project itself, including limiting specific expenditures to specific time periods which makes it easier to align the project expenses with an overall organizational budget. What’s more, the tightly-defined objectives for each iteration of the product, coupled with the transparent agile approach to communications, means that the client is always well-informed about costs.

6> Flexibility

An agile-run development project can pivot at short notice. For every self-contained sprint or iteration focused on a specific feature or feature set, the development team goes through a planning and review cycle, including reflection on how the agile processes are working.

7> Uninterrupted improvement and delivery

Apart from the fact that digital commodities developed more rapidly using Agile’ s principles, nonetheless they also continuously ameliorates. Between the rapid iterations and the regular testing of work-done-so-far, every version of the product is better than the previous. What’s more, as a consequence of transparent communications, these ongoing, snowballing progress is distinctly obvious to the client and other stakeholders, further charming them in the process.

8> Better risk management

With regard to prognosticating risk and attenuating it, an agile approach generates tighter control than a more conventionally-run project. In Addition to identifying risks beforehand and generating a risk management strategy, the process of regular review ensures that the project risk register is continually updated and mitigation measures are fine-tuned.

9> Client satisfaction

Every digital product is created for someone; customarily represented in project terms by the product owner role. With the earlier listed features of transparency, better resource management, tight focus on the user and business needs, reduced risk, and improved quality of the end product, Agile working expands client satisfaction.


To wind up, The advantages of using Agile aren’t restricted to the IT sector and a multitude of industries from beyond sectors and domains have benefitted from it.

NetiApps has been providing software development services and solutions using agile methodology since 2006. Our agile software development process is a combination of general purpose, iterative, and evolutionary design.

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