Polarion Goes Scrum
Many software companies are switching to Agile processes, particularly to Scrum. Polarion Software also adopted Scrum for several reasons, some specific to the company (size, area of business, customers, etc.), and others quite general.
Read a 14-page e-book that explains the major factors that influenced Polarion's move to Scrum.
Perhaps the most important reason was transparency. Before Scrum, customers would want something, Product Management then defined requirements, the and development team committed to fulfilling them, but the end results were not always as expected. Delivery sometimes slipped, and if a release was rescheduled, the risk was unclear and nobody could tell if new date was really realistic. Also, the company needed to be able to respond quickly to changes in market conditions and business strategy.
Scrum helped Polarion understand what the company needed to do to build quality software faster. That's why Polarion switched from defined and predictive development to an empirical iterative incremental model – exactly what Scrum is about.
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