Agile Process

Agile software development has quickly proven its value in delivering high-quality applications that meet client needs. CoreSoft Services developers produce superior code that is easier to maintain, adapt and extend. Our development practices, such as frequent deliveries, continuous integration, build, deployment, test, reduce risk and rework. We support you by recommending agile methods for adoption and for outsourcing. We work with you to choose platforms, tools and metrics that increase visibility and predictability along the way. It is a powerful tool for software development, not only providing benefits to the development team, but also providing a number of important business benefits to the client like as Cost, Schedule, User Story, Priority and many more. By breaking down the project into manageable units, the project team can focus on high-quality development, testing, and collaboration. During our experience of adopting Agile software development practices, we have seen solutions delivered on time and with a higher degree of client and customer satisfaction. By incorporating the ability to change, we have been able to better incorporate feedback from demos, usability testing, and client and customer feedback. Scrum and Kanban mainly used framework. Backlog, Sprint, User Story, Scrum, Demo, Retrospective those are key factors of agile framework.

  • Engagement
  • Transparency
  • Early and Predictable Delivery
  • Predictable Costs and Schedule
  • Allows for Change
  • Focuses on Business Value
  • Focuses on Users
  • Improves Quality



The agile product backlog in Scrum is a prioritized features list, containing short descriptions of all functionality desired in the product. The Scrum product backlog is then allowed to grow and change as more is learned about the product and its customers.


In product development, a sprint is a set period of time during which specific work has to be completed and made ready for review. Each sprint begins with a planning meeting. Generally enterprise recommended 2 weeks sprint.

User Story

User stories are short, simple descriptions of a feature. We can write a epics to cover large amounts of functionality. Each epics have list of user stories. After the discussion with client and analysis of requirement user story will be written.

Scrum Meeting

The Daily Scrum meeting is the most important meeting. The purpose of the meeting is to understand what team members are working on, what they have done, what they will do, queries regarding the functionality.


The customer review meeting occurs on the last day of the sprint. Product owner and team demostrate the sprint work (which committed to deliver) with client. Product owner make sure sprint items passed by quality assurance before demo.


In Agile project management, a retrospective meeting is held at the end of every sprint to discuss what really went well and what didn’t go well and any action items to carry over the next Sprint. Product owner and team will create strategy for the same.