Agile Project Management Services

Top Project Managers, Scrum Masters,
Product Owners, Agile Coaches at
your disposal.

Agile is a way of thinking for collaborative problem-solving and an approach that people apply to modern-day project management.

Know what to expect and get results on time

Managing the delivery of a digital product requires efficient communication schemes and coherent processes. With the right tools and agile methodologies, you can ensure your project focuses on delivering value and on-time results within budget.

Project management is the key to the successful delivery of your product. Our effective model is based on an adaptive, incremental process that complements traditional project management with Agile practices to deliver the most value. We help you successfully deliver concept-to-product projects, implement iterative efforts to make your product better, and maintain a great relationship in the process.

Agile best practices to deliver
successful products

We help you successfully deliver concept-to-product projects, implement iterative efforts to make your product better, and maintain a
great relationship in the process.

Requirements and plan

Envision, craft, and prioritize project needs based on your goals and business objectives.


Manage development teams’ work based on requirements and feedback from previous phase.


Product features are built by development teams and quality tested for flawless functionality.


We establish testing mechanisms to match with your business requirements and users’ expectations.

Release and iterate

Once released, we can incorporate enhancements through maintenance or end-of-project services, based on your needs.

Continuous Improvement

We ensure constant improvements and ongoing adaptation to your needs and market changes.


Agile Project Management: End chaos and gain control

Agile is an iterative, flexible approach to software development that embraces the fact that requirements evolve as a product develops.

Project Management is the application of knowledge, skills, tools and techniques to project activities in order to meet the project requirements.

Agile Project Management controls software development by delivering work against requirements iteratively and incrementally. User needs evolve and we need to adapt to the changes that can occur throughout a project’s life cycle.



Agile Project Management vs Traditional Project Management

Product Owner: responsible for maximizing the value of the product resulting from the work of the development team. It is the responsibility of a single person to perform this role and for expressing and prioritizing product backlog to ensure how to best achieve goals and mission.

Scrum Master: Serves as a servant-leader for the Scrum team in supporting and promoting Scrum theory, practices, rules and values with the aim to improve their flexibility and effectiveness through application of their knowledge in Agile practices, frameworks and methodologies.

Development team: A self-organizing, cross-functional team of people with specialized skills and areas of focus who collectively are responsible to take the product owner's vision and turn it into a tangible, incrementable, demonstrable product.



The advantages of Agile Process

Adaptation to change: thanks to an iterative process and prioritization capabilities, changes can be easily embraced and implemented through product development

Predictability: By using time-boxed, fixed schedules, costs and estimates are predictable which improves decision making about the priority of features and the need for additional iterations

Efficiency focus: With increased communication and shorter iterations, teams can focus on small pieces of a larger product. This results in increasing project control and efficient delivery.

Collaboration driven: Through increased communication and constant interaction to track progress, stakeholders and teams collaborate and share responsibilities towards a common goal.

Continuous improvement: At regular intervals, the team reflects on progress and value delivered to continuously evaluate and improve on efficiency and quality.



Agile Sprint Planning

In Agile frameworks, a sprint can last from one to four weeks. The length is chosen according to the flow and dynamics that we have in the project.

If we need to review our goals more often and control progress closer, we choose one-week sprints. If we have more ground to cover with each iteration, we can go with two week sprints. We can create many sprints at once on top of the backlog and plan for a longer period of time if needed.

Teams need to be cross-functional, so they often include multiple specialists in different areas - backend, frontend, design, quality assurance.



Agile Development Process at Promatics

At Promatics Technologies, we apply our Agile Project Management mindset, methods, frameworks to help your team work faster, focus on product thinking, increase flexibility, align with your user needs and embrace continuous improvement. Whether you’re an entrepreneur, startup, company owner or simply a project manager looking for better ways to structure the workflow of your team, we support you in implementing the best Agile Project Management practices and roles tailored to your needs, based on our extensive market experience.



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