Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)
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The Scaled Agile Framework provides complex & enterprise-sized organizations the ability to increase productivity and time-to-market at scale.Why Choose Orases?
By using the Scaled Agile Framework project management methodology, large organizations are able to achieve the same agility as smaller organizations through an integrated set of principles and practices.
Here at Orases, our leaders and developers are able to adapt to stakeholders changing needs, project requirements and fluctuating market conditions by using the Scaled Agile Framework.
Benefits Of The Scaled Agile Framework Methodology
Businesses are able to execute successful projects quickly through SAFe by training their management and development teams on Lean Agile best practices.Learn More About Our Team
Release Products To Market Faster
Traditionally, enterprise-sized organizations are unable to release products to market slower than smaller organizations due to the size of products and volume of members involved in the project. With the Scaled Agile Framework, larger organizations are able to easily align project requirements and expectations to all team members, resulting in quicker completion of projects.
Increase Engagement Among Employees
Organizations which use the Scaled Agile Framework are able to increase employee engagement by up to 50% by focusing on training leaders, project managers and development teams on Agile best practices.
Boost Productivity & Efficiency
Since the Scaled Agile Framework is designed to help enterprise and complex organizations complete projects on a reliable and predictable schedule, organizations are able to boost their productivity, efficiency and overall quality of projects.
The Importance Of Project Management For Software Development
Without the proper project management methodology in place, a custom software development team may begin working on a project without any clear vision or guidance from important stakeholders, resulting in more frequent errors, confusion and missing key project features and requirements.