Build the right thing. Research suggests about 50% of all IT projects ended with building the wrong things, even though they were built correctly. The active engagement of a user representative and/or product owner, the early feedback, and the flexibility to change when change is needed, resulting in much better customer satisfaction.
In today's hypercompetitive and fast-paced world, you are under constant pressure to deliver new products faster. However, your biggest obstacle is often fragmented product development processes. With agile development practices, you can significantly reduce the TTM.
The clear visibility in agile development helps to ensure that any necessary decisions can be taken at the earliest possible opportunity, while there’s still time to make a material difference to the outcome.
A key principle of agile development is that testing is integrated throughout the lifecycle, enabling regular inspection of the working product as it develops. This allows the product owner to make adjustments if necessary and gives the product team early sight of any quality issues.
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