How We Work

How We Work

How We Work

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How We Work

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Planning phase

Planning phase

The product owner defines the scope of the project. The product owner discuss the key requirements with the clients like features and the proposed end results. Additionally, the time estimations and cost of potential projects are also done in this phase.



The product owner will pick up the best developers with the necessary tools & resources along with the estimated time of delivering the sprint. The design team will start to design a mock-up of the user interface.



This phase tends to be the longest as immense work will be carried out here. The developers will work with the designers to combine all product requirements, and customer feedback turning the design into functionality (coding). This stage is a cornerstone of this cycle and enables developers to create the functionality as per the client’s requirements.



The product is ready to launch but the Quality Assurance team needs to fully ensure that the software is fully functional and responsive. On encountering a bug, the developers will address them swiftly. when everything is clear, the product’s final iteration can then be released into production.


Our Work Approach

We at Ellocent Labs IT Solutions Pvt. Ltd. use Scrum, the most popular Agile Framework in our software development process. This is an iterative approach that has at its core the sprint — the scrum term for iteration. Agile is an iterative process that allows us to deliver working features through a basic solution and then we enhance it further over time. This makes the project delivery a quick process. And throughout the whole process we do have a constant communication and interaction with our clients to ensure that they are happy with every sprint release.

The scrum approach includes assembling the project’s requirements in a Product Backlog ( prepared by the product owner ) and using them to define the project. We then plan the necessary sprints known as Sprint Backlog that lasts from 2-3 weeks, and divide each sprint into its own list of requirements or features. Daily scrum meetings help keep the project on target as do regular inspections and Sprint Reviews. At the end of every sprint, we hold a sprint retrospective to look for ways to improve the next sprint.

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Agile Rituals



Daily Stand Up

It provides a simple means for team members to keep each other up to date without spending a lot of time in meetings or having to write and read of status reports.



Sprint Planning

Any work that is to be performed in the Sprint is planned at the Sprint Planning. It is time-boxed to a maximum of eight hours for a month-long Sprint.


Sprint Review

The sprint review is focused on the product increment created during the sprint. It starts with a customer review and demonstration and ends with discussion and updates to the product backlog and release plan.



Sprint Retrospective

Meaningful retrospectives resolve project impediments, identify key issues, and create an environment of continuous improvement.


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