Agile Offshore Software Development Company

Geomotiv has 13+ years of experience providing offshore software development services using Agile methodology. We follow proven Agile practices, a customer-centered approach, and efficient development strategies to incorporate rapid changes for the customer’s competitive advantage.

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Why Geomotiv

Partner with our Agile Offshore Development Company

13+ years on the market

150+ developers aboard

Up to 50% of cost savings for your company

Business Value

How Agile Approach Helps Succeed with Your Project

The main value of the Agile approach is the pace of change implementation

With business software, it is often necessary to quickly and efficiently introduce changes to respond to evolving requirements. Therefore, another crucial aspect is the timely provision and processing of user feedback.
Unlike sequential approaches, Agile allows development teams to deliver potentially shippable product increments within cyclical, boxed timeframes. For that, our company employs an Agile practice known as iterative development. It produces deliverables in increments rather than all at once, enabling clients to collect, use, and include user feedback in each iteration.
That means the development process, budgeting, and deliverables aren’t plan-driven and predictable. Instead, Agile involves project schedule evaluation, which can be adjusted with each iteration. This means the development team has several envisioned features concerning specific delivery dates.

Agile approach in action: adapting to change

Instead of elaborating on detailed requirements from the project’s start, you submit the requirements before each iteration and initiate change.
Therefore, the initial assessment is undergoing adjustments while staying in tune with the project vision and end goals. This is the core value of the Agile approach – you can initiate these changes “just in time.”

How it Works

Here’s How Our Offshore Development Company Uses Agile Approach for Your Project

Client and Product Owner:

You assign a Product Owner – a liaison between you and your offshore development team. In this role, a specialist has deep subject matter knowledge, gathers requirements from stakeholders, and is entirely committed to your project’s success. The Product Owner submits the requirements before each iteration and initiates change in consecutive sprints.

Project Backlog:

The development team derives features from the project’s backlog, which a Product Owner organizes as a prioritized list of tasks to be fulfilled in future sprints. The top of the backlog contains features that must be implemented in the current iteration. The Product Owner updates the Agile backlog based on the feedback or evolving requirements.

Development Cycle:

Stages: Plan – Design – Develop – QA – Review
The development team works in iterations – 2-4 week sprint cycles – that include an entire feature development cycle: from planning to production. Stakeholders observe and interact with shippable product increments and submit their feedback that the Product Owner and the development team further collect and process.

Release:

The Product Owner accepts the results of the current iteration and updates the project backlog based on accumulated feedback. Then, the development team goes back to the updated backlog to derive tasks for a forthcoming sprint.

When to Go Agile
Cases When Agile Beats Waterfall Development
Vague project ScopeAdjusting to ChangesMultiple StakeholdersSupport and Legacy Modernization
With the Waterfall approach, you define project requirements and identify the scope from the outset. Agile development omits this stage and gets started with a vague project scope but a well-defined vision of where the project is heading.User-centered apps in B2B and B2C sectors and SaaS solutions, need to react to user feedback and respond to their expectations as fast as possible. The Agile approach follows the process that enables rapid change implementation.Opting for the Waterfall approach makes you spend time on getting approvals from various stakeholders before starting the development process. However, when you go with Agile, you need to negotiate the requirements for the forthcoming sprint, which is a faster and easier way to develop software.It is challenging to reasonably estimate the efforts of changing and supporting a system for objective reasons. Unlike traditional approaches, Agile enables your development team to get the details of the system’s work step-by-step while starting on iterative development.

Business Value of Agile

What you Get with Agile Offshore Software Development

High-Quality Products
High-Quality Products
High-Quality Products

By dividing large tasks into smaller ones, development teams can more efficiently manage tasks and deliver quality, bug-free solutions. In addition, the Agile tools, practices, and frameworks in the developers’ arsenal help increase code quality and, consequently, the results of each iteration.

Flexibility
Flexibility
Flexibility

With the Agile approach to software development, there is no need to wait for the entire SDLC to be over to incorporate new features. Instead, you can initiate changes when it is necessary to meet evolving expectations or shift priorities based on accumulated feedback.

On-Time Delivery
On-Time Delivery
On-Time Delivery

Geomotiv is an Agile offshore development company that uses tried-and-tested methods to develop stable software versions with each iteration. Our developers strive to maintain an optimal development pace where each sprint produces production-ready features on time.

Improved Productivity
Improved Productivity
Improved Productivity

Our Agile software development company knows how to maximize the tech team’s productivity and increase development efficiency. We dedicate much effort to improving productivity metrics for each sprint. The development process is tailored to reaching a predictable productivity cadence – a metric expressed in the number of features per iteration.

Complete Involvement
Complete Involvement
Complete Involvement

The Agile approach presupposes consistent and regular customer involvement in the development process. The Product Owner represents the client in the Agile flow and takes part in all of the most important activities: scope discussion and feature prioritization to feedback collection and change management.

Transparency
Transparency
Transparency

With Agile offshore development, you gain complete visibility into your project as the process is geared for regular and transparent collaboration. The Product Owner is a natural part of the development team and regularly interacts with our offshore developers. As a result, you can observe where the time and effort are going and remain in the loop throughout the project.

Where Agile Rocks

Cases When Agile Approach Drives Efficient Results for Your Project

  • Generic Custom Software
  • SaaS Platforms
  • Cloud or On-Premise Systems
  • Mobile Apps
  • AI and Machine Learning Projects
  • Big Data and Analytics Pipelines
  • Enterprise Software
  • Legacy App modernization

Business Models

Choose What’s Relevant for Your Business

Project-Based Offshoring Project-Based Offshoring

We take care of your project
or its part and ensure end-to-end
delivery of envisioned software.

Dedicated Team Dedicated Team

We assemble offshore dedicated
teams
of specialists with the right
combination of skills and experience
for your Agile project.

IT Staff Augmentation IT Staff Augmentation

We provide you with additional
resources that combine technical
capabilities with Agile methodology
and are ready to integrate into your
in-house teams.

Are you looking to source development teams for your Agile project?

The Agile approach favors team assembly across borders, so you can undoubtedly leverage distributed teams for your project.
Get in touch with our specialists to discover more details about this offering.

Things to Expect When Cooperating with Us

Our Agile Offshore Development Company is Ready to Deliver on Each Promise

Rapid just-in-time delivery in every iteration

A DevOps-defined culture that prioritizes CI/CD

Flexibility and readiness to adjust to your requirements

Tight collaboration throughout the development cycle

Regular asynchronous communication — daily standups, code reviews, feature demos, project updates

Your complete involvement in the development process

Customer-focused culture

Transparent cooperation with developers

Predictable productivity cadence

Technologies

Tech Stack We Use to Implement Agile Projects

PostgreSQL, MySQL, MariaDB, MongoDB, Oracle Database
Databases
Docker, Git, GitHub, Maven, CircleCI, Gradle, Sonar, Jenkins, TeamCity, Kubernetes
DevOps tools

Technologies

Our offshore software development company is ready to meet the most complex
technological challenges. We provide an extensive pool of all major
technologies to meet your demands.

Why Choose Geomotiv

We Are Your Go-To Agile Offshore Development Company

Experienced Company

With 13+ yrs of experience in adopting Agile processes in offshore software development, our company has the knowledge and skills to fit your needs. We bring in our business knowledge, technology proficiency, and a thorough understanding of the modern market.

Knowledge of Agile Processes

We’ve built immense expertise with multiple Agile practices, including Scrum and Kanban. All our specialists have a proven track record of successful project delivery using iterative development techniques.

Reasonably-Priced Offshore Software Dev Services

With us, you can transfer the development process to affordable locations and avoid overpaying unreasonable price tags. We are ready to match you with candidates of the same or higher quality while keeping your costs down.

FAQ

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What is the Agile offshore development approach?

The Agile approach involves a set of practices that ensure rapid delivery of small increments per iteration and promote regular communication between you and the development team. Offshore developers work in 2-4 week sprints and coordinate tasks with a Project Owner (PO). In this role, a specialist acts as a representative of your interests in a development team. A PO collects feedback from stakeholders and prioritizes tasks based on that input.

What is the difference between Waterfall and Agile offshore software development?
Why choose Geomotiv for Agile offshore software development?
How do I control the budget when opting for Agile development?

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