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As Neyasis Teknoloji, we use appropriate project management techniques in our projects and consider time, cost and quality criteria. We plan all resources in the most efficient way and aim for excellence in customer relations.

In our projects, we use Waterfall or Agile methodologies depending on the industry, team culture, habits and goals.

In software projects, the “Scrum” methodology is used to respond to customer needs more quickly and flexibly.

The most important factors in this approach are the ability to adapt quickly to change and provide solutions, to include the customer in the project, to hold frequent meetings with the project team and to organize the team itself.

The purpose of using scrum methodology mainly in our projects is to meet the needs and requirements of our customers, to make our customers know the project progress step by step, to dominate the project and to provide maximum output quality.

Unlike traditional project management methods, Scrum facilitates cooperation between all parties involved in the project, including the customer, work team and stakeholders. Feedback is requested from stakeholders and customers throughout the project, which ensures a higher degree of customer satisfaction and minimizes the risk of failure.

Completing each sprint in the projects we implement Scrum methodology results in a potentially usable delivery or product for our customers..

In traditional models, the product becomes available only at the end of the project, whereas in projects with the Scrum method, each sprint produces a potentially usable product.

In projects where the work is very clear, it will be correct to proceed with the "Waterfall" method.

In Waterfall methods, the output of each process creates an input for another.

Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC); consists of analysis, design, software, testing and maintenance phases. After the activities are completed in the related step, team will move on with the next step. The change requests that may occur during the design, coding or testing stages can be effect the whole process and the cost may be high. Since it is costly to manage changes in Waterfall method, its is not the most preferred method among the others.

There are many differences between Waterfall and Agile management models. We consider these features when evaluating our projects and deciding on our management style.

With our Software Quality Control Team, who knows both automatic and manual testing tools, we are ready to test to improve your application and to check whether performance and functionality are as desired.

Waterfall Agile
Waterfall methodology is sequential and linear. Agile methodology is incremental and iterative.
Requirements must be fully clarified and frozen at the beginning of SDLC. Requirements are expected to change and changes can be included at any point.
The working model of the software is delivered in the later stages of SDLC. The working model begins to be delivered in the initial stages and feeds subsequent sprints with customer feedback.
Extending the scope of projects based on the Waterfall methodology is difficult. Thanks to the Iterative approach, updates can be made within the scope of the projects without wondering from the main target.
Customers only recognize the product after it is completely finished. Frequent customer interaction and feedbacks are included in the agile methodology. Customers see almost every stage of the product, recognize and adopt the product.
The tests are carried out after the software is installed. Continuous testing is performed during each iteration. Error rates are brought to minimum.