HUS wanted to learn and become agile
Several agile development methodologies were used during the development of the new system. The project was kicked off with Scrum and advanced in sprints. But when the first implementation approached, the development team switched to using Kanban. HUS saw the development project as an opportunity to learn new practices and warmly welcomed the use of different methodologies. Overall, the project progressed well despite its tight schedule and the warning lights flashing in red at times. In the end, it was solid prioritization of tasks and active communication between the different parties that ensured that things rolled along smoothly.
Vincit’s experience proved valuable
Many things occurred during the long-term project. The project management changed mid-development, but the new management quickly grasped the project's scope and complexity. This is where Vincit’s extensive experience of complex development projects really paid off and helped ensure that unexpected changes didn't derail the project. The developers, the project management and HUS shared maintained mutual trust throughout the project, and all Scrum Masters and Product Owners carried out their responsibilities with excellence. The developers gave constant updates, which helped management know how things were progressing.