The benefits of hiring an Agile development team

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Agile is a more efficient, effective approach to modern software development. With Agile, developers and clients can achieve stronger collaborations that result in increased satisfaction and product quality.

SAN FRANCISCO - eTradeWire -- Software development has become a massive industry, and software design companies and development teams are always on the lookout for ways to increase efficiency. As a result, the standard Waterfall approach is increasingly being abandoned in favor of Agile application development. In short, Agile is a more efficient, modern approach to project management and development. In this article, we explain more about how the Agile development model works and why you should strongly consider hiring a team that uses the Agile approach for development.

Roles & responsibilities in Agile software development

These are the key roles within the Agile software development approach.

Product Owner - represents the stakeholder of the project and sets the product development direction. While they are not directly involved in development, they play a key decision-making role and have a substantial impact on the project's progress.

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Project Manager & Team Lead - function as the links between the Product Owner and the project team members. The Project Manager conveys the Product Owners instructions to the team, while the Team Lead oversees and supports the team members' progress.

Development & Design Teams - consist of the professionals who are directly or indirectly contributing to the project's development. The teams include the various designers, developers, engineers, and specialists who are responsible for creating an end product, based on the Product Owner's ideas and requirements.

The User - the product's final target customer.

Larger products may require some additional roles, including:

− Technical domain experts
− An independent QA and audit team
− A DevOps specialist

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