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What are the steps involved in the digital transformation plan?

First step: perception

The first and the most important step in digital transformation is the feeling of need among the senior managers of the organization. Lack of understanding will lead to non-cooperation and non-cooperation will be effective in the failure of the plan.

Second step: strategy planning and formulation

At this stage, the needs of the organization at all levels will be identified in general and without going into details. Based on the identification, the priorities of the organization will be extracted and the overall strategy of the transformation plan will be formed.

Third step: planning and recognizing and analyzing the requirements of micro-strategy formulation

At this stage, based on the defined priorities in the previous step, an accurate understanding of the requirements of each system and each process begins and the path of system design and then development to the establishment and improvement of the system is planned. The output of this stage will be used for the production of systems.

Fourth step: implementation

This step can be started simultaneously with the second step to implement the infrastructure, and based on the priority set in the previous step, the systems will be implemented based on the latest technology in the world and will be connected to each other.

Fifth step: Creating values

after implementation of each system, first, the desired system will be operated on a trial basis, which after resolving the problems in the pilot phase, will be fully operational at the level of the entire organization.

Sixth step: monitoring system performance during implementation and plan for subsequent improvements

At this stage, all exploited systems are thoroughly reviewed and new improvements and ideas are identified in a written form and re-entered in the development stage.

Why do growth managers need to understand the demand for change and get involved?

The first requirement to begin change is to understand the need for change in the organization’s senior managers.
Due to the complexity of organizational change and the initial defensive positions among employees and middle managers in establishing organizational change, the support of senior managers is very important. The organization’s senior managers should not only support these digital transformations but also should take the role of leadership and guidance of this change in the organization and play a role as an active member in the field of organizational transformation. The following are some of the most important roles of senior managers in this development:

  • Provide the basic foundations needed for organizational change
  • Patience and support in getting the job done
  • Fully prepared to deal with unexpected issues and try to find a solution
  • Leading middle managers and employees and preparing the organization to accept change
  • Dealing with barriers and obstacles to change and paving the pattern of routes

How we could work on your projects?

Fixed price projects

It is called “money for the result, a model defining the service to be provided very accurately, and then sets a single price for the project, regardless of how much time and expense the supplier’s company incurs.

When is the model used?

Exact requirements, detailed specifications, strict deadlines for delivery. The customer knows what he will get at the end of the development period. It is ideal for projects with fixed requirements, budgets, and strict deadlines.

Customer advantages

  • cThe fixed delivery time. The project plan is known.
  • Warrpanty
  • Minimum risks

Сustomer requirements

Exact specification. All changes to the specification are estimated and planned separately.

Supplier requirements

Exact estimation and Project Plan. Meeting the deadlines. Adequate Quality of Service.

How the work scope is defined?

The scope is set in the specification and is implemented in the project plan.

How the work costs are defined?

The price of the project is based on estimation and is a part of the commercial offer. Fees are based on the estimation model, personal rates, and risks.

Warranty and post-delivery support

The warranty period is for three months. During this period, all bugs should be fixed by the supplier for free. The specification is used as a baseline for identifying bugs. Post-delivery support should be carried according to a separate contract and is to be paid separately.

Time and material

They are also called “money for spent time & resources. The supplier provides specialists of a specific professional level, and the customer pays only for the time and resources spent on the project. In the case of partial workload, the minimum quota per month is set up, and terms of specialists’ availability influence on rates.

When the model is used?

No complete vision of the final product and no exact terms of delivery. Possibility for the creation of a work team with a specified workload. Paid min. Quota (for example, 50% of the usual month workload).

Ideal for Agile development methodologies. Suitable for projects developing MVPs, prototypes, or for teams that are part of remote customer teams.

Customer advantages

  • Possibility to start with partially defined requirements
  • Medium hourly rate
  • Flexibility in work volumes

Сustomer requirements

Partial requirements. The adequate workload for the team(according to the minimum quota).

Supplier requirements

Rough estimation for planning. Adequate Quality of Service.

How the work scope is defined?

Upon agreement. Usually, work is set in the form of short user stories that might be made more precise during implementation. An approximate Project Plan and estimation can be provided as an orientation.

How the work costs are defined?

Daily rates for different specialists are agreed on upfront. At the end of each month, the supplier provides the customer with the invoice based on the amount of time and resources expended. Weekly reports on spent time are sent to the customer.

Warranty and post-delivery support?

No warranty is provided. The same resources provide Post-delivery support within the bounds of the T&M model.

Dedicated team

The supplier will build a team of resources according to customer project requirements. Payment is made according to allocated team time. The customer is responsible for providing an adequate workload to keep the dedicated team busy. The supplier offers estimates for planned work, but these estimates are used for planning, not price estimation, or invoicing.

When the model is used

No complete vision of the final product and no exact terms of delivery. Need for long-term expertise to focus on a fixed team. Assumed 100% of the workload, paid downtime.

Ideal for regular product development & support. Ideal for Agile development methodologies. Suitable for projects developing MVPs, prototypes, or for teams that are part of remote customer teams.

Customer advantages

  • Fixed teams with a focus on one customer
  • The lowest hourly rate among all models
  • Full control & full availability of the team
  • Collected expertise

Сustomer requirements

Preparing an adequate workload for the team.

Supplier requirements

Rough estimation for planning. Adequate Quality of Service.

How the work scope is defined?

Upon agreement. It can be set in an approximate Project Plan.

How the work costs are defined?

Monthly rates for different specialists are agreed on upfront. Payment is made upfront for the whole month of the team allocation. Weekly reports on spent time are sent to the customer.

Warranty and post-delivery support

No warranty is provided. The same resources provide Post-delivery support within the bounds of the dedicated team.

Why digital transformation is essential in the organization?

In the new millennium, businesses’ vision for digital transformation has shifted from a one-time event to an ongoing strategy. These changes are happening so fast that there is no time to rest and the companies, like sharks, must be constantly moving to survive in the water and the stakeholders must be fully aware of the adoption of new technologies to be able to move fast in the global market. And it’s obvious that the ability of businesses to compete in the global market is directly affected by the speed with which they adopt new technologies.
We have to say that digital transformation for the companies, especially the traditional ones, is an essential requirement that will be imposed on your business by the market, customers, and lifestyle changes. No matter how big your organization is or how much market share or power it has, the power and market share will gradually shrink as customer behavior and tastes change. In return, implementing digital transformation can ensure the survival of your organization or better yet, stabilize market share, or in a much better way, can increase your market share and profit margin. So digital transformation is a matter of survival.

What goals will you achieve after implementing the digital transformation into your company?

  1. Achieving a fully digital organization: This way, all traditional processes will be transformed and modern digital processes will be replaced.
  2. Access to up-to-date and real statical data: All the statical data will be real and up-to-date and you can rely on them to make strategic decisions in the organization.
  3. Simplification of the activities and reduction of costs: With this method, the workflows will improve and digital systems come to help the users and in addition to simplifying processes, costs are also reduced.
  4. Changing the organizational processes: in the process of digitizing organizations, many traditional organizational processes will evolve and be optimized and efficient in the new direction
  5. Increase system agility and efficiency: By simplifying work processes, in addition to agility in providing services, system productivity will also increase and will be effective in the growth of the collection
  6. Creating integration and communication between systems: all the data in all systems will be in connection and integrated systems based on modern technology will be achieved.
  7. Paving the way for further business development: Recording the advances that have been made, the organization can complete its development process by relying on information at a higher speed and managers can make more accurate decisions
  8. Evolving the attitudes of managers and employees: By evolving in systems and organizational methods, the way of thinking of managers and employees will also change and you will see organizational change.
  9. Increasing customer and employee satisfaction and market share: after the establishment of new systems and methods, we gradually see an increase in customer and employee satisfaction and an increase in market share, and the development path of the organization will be smoother.

What’s the difference between digitalisation, digitisation and digital transformation?

Digitalisation, digitisation and digital transformation are three words that sound very similar but have totally different meanings. We’ll take a look at the differences here.

What is digitisation?

Digitisation is the process of converting information from a physical format to a digital one. It means converting something non-digital into a digital representation to be used by computer systems and automate processes or workflows. Digitisation enables to creation of business value, which needs data. It helps to lay the foundation for business use cases that leverage the data.

Examples:

  • Scanning a paper document and saving it on a computer’s hard drive as a digital document, like PDF.
  • Going from notes on paper to typing them up in an Excel spreadsheet.
  • Converting from analog VHS cassettes to CD, DVD, or Blu-Ray discs containing digital data.

What is digitalisation?

digitalisation refers to enabling or improving processes by leveraging digital technologies and digitized data. One definition of the word is the utilisation of digital technology in order to streamline and change processes. Customer service is one example. Many businesses have moved from a telephone-based service to a digital solution in the form of a chat facility directly accessible online. Some even use an AI-based chat solution which does not require personnel. Although the method of providing customer service is the same as ever, the process of creating a case has become more seamless since the introduction of digital technology.

Digitalisation of a company needn’t entail digitalisation of the entire operation and is usually a means of making certain processes faster and more straightforward.

Digitalisation increases productivity and efficiency while reducing costs.  Digitalisation improves an existing business process or processes but doesn’t change or transform them.  That is to say, it takes a process from a human-driven event or series of events to software-driven.

Examples:

  • Uploading a PDF document from a computer’s hard drive to the cloud and sharing it with many people to analyze the data;
  • Converting an Excel spreadsheet to a Google Sheet stored in the cloud. The platform provides a structured environment where the documents can be shared among several users. Still, a Google Sheet itself requires human interaction to keep it up to date.
  • Uploading digital movies from CD, DVD or Blu-Ray discs to online services. People can download or rent them.

What is a digital transformation?

Digital Transformation takes place when a company carries out digitalisation of its entire operation, and is thereby a more extensive and wide-ranging process. Digital transformation may involve the gradual digitalisation of internal processes until the company has fully completed the digitalisation process. There is no exact template outlining how digital transformation should be carried out, and how long it takes, but a strategic, goal-orientated approach is a common feature of every process.

Examples:

  • Reading the data from an online PDF or moving the data from a Google Sheet into an app or system that will analyze the data. The goal is to provide us with insights to offer new products or improve customer service. This process doesn’t need a lot of human interaction because is automated. As a result, it enhances efficiency, reduces costs, and may lead to increased sales.
  • Streaming movies online. Collecting data from clients to analyze it, preparing individual recommendations, offers, and advertisements.

Advantages of business process automation?

Companies have to react ever faster to the changing needs of their customers. This applies to both external and internal service customers – in other words, their employees. The most advantage of business process automation is as below:

Companies have to react ever faster to the changing needs of their customers. This applies to both external and internal service customers – in other words, their employees.

The most advantage of business process automation is as below:

  1. Stepping stone to digital transformation

Digital transformation can seem like a lofty overwhelming goal to organizations that aren’t on that path. Business process automation can be a stepping-stone to adopting that culture of continuous transformation. You can start with a few processes that are clearly in need of course correction and gradually work your way up.

  1. Get more clarity

Automation demands a certain amount of clarity about the process right at the designing stage. If you don’t know the tasks involved and the people responsible for running the process, you can’t design and automate the workflow effectively.

Further, process mapping can provide clarity to all employees and serve as a training resource as well. The insights you gain from analyzing an automated process can clearly show you the gap between your process as is and as it should ideally be.

  1. Streamline processes

One of the great outcomes of a process automation system is streamlined processes. Clear accountability, customizable notifications, valuable insights, and faster turnaround times make it easier to eliminate wasteful activities and focus on enhancing tasks that add value.

  1. Get compliance records

With business process automation, every detail of a particular process is recorded. This information can be presented to demonstrate compliance during audits.

  1. Standardize operations

When you automate a business process, you can expect a consistent standard of outcomes every time. Standardization helps position your organization as reliable, which in turn can help increase your customer base.

  1. Increase customer satisfaction

Customer satisfaction is a key differentiator in any industry. Focusing on process and operational excellence helps you exceed customer expectations with ease. When you consistently meet promised standards, customers are more likely to develop a preference for your company.

  1. Operate efficiency

BPA can create efficiencies by reducing the work involved in processes and/or cutting payroll costs by limiting the need for additional headcount as operations grow.

  1. Increase Productivity 

Speed up processes so that work is completed faster and with less repetition.

  1. Increase Governance and controls

Improves compliance so businesses don’t run afoul of regulations and incur large penalties and fees.

  1. More Cost reduction

Efficient use of time gives companies the option to increase output without expanding the workforce or to cut payroll costs and maintain the same level of output.

  1. Using Workforce allocation

Employees can be reassigned to work that is better matched with their talents. Employees are more satisfied with their work, and employers gain the most benefit from each individual’s talent.

  1. Reduce human errors

Substantially reduces human data input and insight errors and increases efficiencies since employees’ time is no longer wasted on repetitive, low-level work.

  1. More Collaboration

Tracks project process, updates the team, sends reminders and performs other functions that make collaboration easier and more organized. Further, BPA relieves employee frustrations and frees up time for them to collaborate, which tends to speed work, increase problem-solving and spur innovations.

  1. Improve insights

Increases leadership’s ability to track the completion of a business process, as well as understand the steps in the process. This makes it easier to refine processes for faster and better business outcomes. BPA also allows leaders to dig deeper for more insights and to analyze more and newer data. Further, it standardizes business processes, which helps ensure fairness and weed out biases that can skew insights.

  1. Greater availability

Allows employee- and/or customer-facing services to be available more often than if they were also responsible for other, manual tasks.

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Why we need a project discovery

What is the project discovery?

Project discovery is a process of gathering information about a project to help people understand its vision, goals, and scope.

It helps identify the client, users, and stakeholders’ needs and defines the system’s strong and weak points or app.

Why the project discovery is needed

17% of IT projects turn out so bad. They cause the collapse of the company. While only 7% of the projects are delivered late, 45% exceed the estimated budget. Careful analysis and planning could prevent many failures.
Also, I suggest having a project discovery :

  • if you have no complete idea of ​​the final product.
  • If your project has several stakeholders
  • If your projects are too complicated.
  • And if you plan for long-term projects.

What happens when you refuse the project discovery stage?

  • You may be faced with a project that doesn’t meet your needs.
  • Your project implementation may extend the expected boundary.
  • You may run out of money because of the extended boundary.
  • The deadlines of the milestone may be missed.

What will be the steps of the project discovery?

  • In the first step, we will analyze the company requirements by interviewing stakeholders.
  • In the second step, we will have some market research about the requirements besides analyzing similar studies.
  • In the third step, we will work on the strategy about actions targeted at bringing the idea to life. What’s more, the task should be performed with financial and time benefits in mind.
  • In the fourth step, we will prepare the functional design that contains everything related to the application or site’s operation and functionality.
  • In the fifth step, we will transform the functional design into a visual prototype that will bring the idea to reality.
  • In the sixth step, we will work on the technical side of the application and prepare a technical design.
  • In the last step, we will prepare a rough estimate of the project implementation cost. The purpose is to give an understanding of what costs the project may require.

Please call us to talk more about how we could convert your idea to reality or help you in your organization’s digital transformation.

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Digital transformation

digital transformation is all about becoming a digital enterprise—an organization that uses technology to continuously evolve all aspects of its business models (what it offers, how it interacts with customers, and how it operates

Digital transformation can refer to anything from IT modernization (for example, cloud computing), to digital optimization, to the invention of new digital business models.” In general, it refers to the use of digital technology to materially evolve or create new business processes

What are Benefits of Digital Transformation

Increases productivity while reducing labor costs

Using technology to work more efficiently is one of the most impactful ways to transform your business.

More Data-based Insights

When you go digital, you can track metrics and analyze the data you capture during your digital process.

Using data-driven insights can help understand customers better and rethink business strategies, assisting with better decision-making.

Improves the customer experience

customers want a great experience through multiple touchpoints — mobile apps, social media, email, live chat, etc. Digital transformations are the driving force behind improved customer experiences.

Makes You More Competitive in Your Industry

Your competitors are looking into digital transformation regardless of whether or not you are. Choosing not to embrace digital transformation is essentially deciding that you don’t mind being left behind.

Eliminating Time-Consuming Manual Processes via Business Process Automation

By implementing digital technology, you can use software to perform the tasks that were previously being performed manually by staff. Business Process Automation is often seen as the stepping stone to a more holistic digital transformation, but it can also be one outcome.

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Different types of software testing can be executed into your product

Unit Testing: 

Unit Testing is done to check whether the individual modules of the source code are working properly. i.e. testing each and every unit of the application separately by the developer in the developer’s environment. 

User interface testing

User interface testing is a process used to test if the application is functioning correctly. UI testing can be performed manually by a human tester, or it can be performed automatically with the use of a software program.

Integration Testing: 

Integration Testing is the process of testing the connectivity or data transfer between a couple of unit-tested modules.

System Testing (End to End Testing):

It’s black box testing. Testing the fully integrated application is also called as an end to end scenario testing. To ensure that the software works in all intended target systems. Verify thorough testing of every input in the application to check for desired outputs. Testing of the user’s experiences with the application.

Acceptance Testing: 

To obtain customer sign-off so that software can be delivered and payments received. Types of Acceptance Testing are Alpha, Beta & Gamma Testing.

Performance Testing

Performance testing is one of the most neglected testings in companies due to its time and cost as well. Moreover, in many requirements document the quality performance requirements are not well defined to ensure system scalability. It examines responsiveness, stability, scalability, reliability, speed, and resource usage of the software and its infrastructure

Performance testing can be done by applying:

  • Load testing: checks how systems function under a heavy number of concurrent virtual users performing transactions over a certain period of time.
  • Stress testing: Stress limits of the system (maximum # of users, peak demands, concurrency)
  • Timing testing: Evaluate the time to perform a function and the response times to return the results.
  • Environmental testing: It is about the tolerances for heat, humidity, motion, portability
  • Recovery testing: It tests the operation of the system in case of data loss or hardware crash.

Regression Testing

At most software projects, there are changes in requirements, and new features are added as well. It is important to perform the new features’ test cases, but It is more important to ensure that it does not affect other tested features and functions.

Regression testing is performed to determine if the software still meets all of its requirements in light of changes and modifications to the software. Regression testing involves selectively repeating existing validation tests, not developing new tests. The most common approach to regression testing is to simply repeat the system tests. Therefore, the best to do that by using automated testing tools and techniques

Usability Testing

it is a technique used in user-centered interaction design to evaluate a product by testing it on users. This is in context, the usability inspection methods where experts use different methods to evaluate a user interface without involving users and ensure that it is usable in terms of design colors, fields and information places, A/B test, how it takes to understand the system and use it.

Security Testing

Security became a very hot topic recently especially after cloud adoption, The goal of security testing is to identify the threats to the system and measure its potential vulnerabilities. It also helps in detecting all possible security risks in the system and helps to fix these problems earlier before going to production. I wrote a lot of articles on security testing.

Software testing is defined as an activity to check whether the actual results match the expected results and to ensure that the software system is Defect free.

What is the software testing

Software testing is a process, to evaluate the functionality of a software application with an intent to find whether the developed software met the specified requirements or not and to identify the defects to ensure that the product is defect-free in order to produce a quality product.

Software Testing is not important only for the software company, it is also important for the customer. Many of the customers nowadays are concerned about how the software companies are ensuring their software quality, what is the process to do that and so on.

why Software Testing is important:

  • The testing is verifying that the required functionality is working correctly and validating that every function meets the requirements and we delivered it to the customer as per the specifications. (Doing it right and deliver the right Things)
  • It is important to make sure that the system does not do anything that it is not supposed to do.
  • Effective testing will dramatically decrease the cost of the software.
  • Continuous learning for the team, the team will learn from defects, when the team discovers a defect in function or requirements even, they learn how to avoid that in the future. This will increase team maturity as well.
  • It can decrease the system failures, there are known disasters that have been reported due to insufficient testing.
  • Quality products and software will ensure a sustainable company reputation or it can turn it into an untrustworthy company.

Here are the benefits of using software testing:

  • Cost-Effective: It is one of the important advantages of software testing. Testing any IT project on time helps you to save your money for the long term. In case if the bugs caught in the earlier stage of software testing, it costs less to fix.
  • Security: It is the most vulnerable and sensitive benefit of software testing. People are looking for trusted products. It helps in removing risks and problems earlier.
  • Product quality: It is an essential requirement of any software product. Testing ensures a quality product is delivered to customers.
  • Customer Satisfaction: The main aim of any product is to give satisfaction to its customers. UI/UX Testing ensures the best user experience.

Any software should have its testing cycle mapped to the main development lifecycle activities. every testing cycle has some common activities, which are:

  • Requirements testing: mainly how to ensure that each requirement is testable.
  • Test planning: It is about how to plan the testing activities, estimate the effort, the required team, ..etc.
  • Writing Test Cases: In this activity, the testers start to write the testing scenarios and scripts, these scenarios should include unit, integration, system testing, ..etc.
  • Test execution: It is mainly about preparing the testing environment and starting testing execution
  • Testing feedback: after the execution, the testing results and defects report should be reported to the development team to start fixing them.
  • Defect Retesting: when the developer report that the defect has been fixed, it should be tested again by the testing team.
  • User Acceptance Test: this should be the validation activity with the end-users who will use the system to ensure that they are working correctly from the business perspective. This can be iterative as well after the customer reports some defects as well.
  • Testing Closure: It is important to know when we should stop testing, explore the testing findings, and learn from the cycle for the new testing cycles.

There are three types of software testing approaches.

White Box Testing:

It is also called Glass Box, Clear Box, Structural Testing. White Box Testing is based on the application’s internal code structure. In white-box testing, an internal perspective of the system, as well as programming skills, are used to design test cases. This testing is usually done at the unit level.

Black Box Testing:

It is also called Behavioral/Specification-Based/Input-Output Testing. Black Box Testing is a software testing method in which testers evaluate the functionality of the software under test without looking at the internal code structure.

Grey Box Testing:

The grey box is the combination of both White Box and Black Box Testing. The tester who works on this type of testing needs to have access to design documents. This helps to create better test cases in this process.

The following types of testing can be executed from Blackbox and Whitebox approaches:

  • Unit Testing: 
  • User interface testing
  • Integration Testing: 
  • System Testing (End to End Testing):
  • Acceptance Testing: 
  • Performance Testing
  • Regression Testing
  • Usability Testing
  • Security Testing

In the current digital age and the competitive software industry, it became essential to deliver not only the intended functionalities of the system but to ensure its scalability, agility, and modifiability. In order to reach this competitiveness in the market and to have qualified products, you need an efficient quality process of the software.

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Why Scrum works and has visible effects on software projects?

While up to half of software projects are unsuccessful, statistics show that Scrum raises the effectiveness of project management, and as many as 62% of projects run this way will succeed.

Scrum is a project management tool for a working life cycle. It is an Agile framework to properly manage the development cycle. As you’ve probably noticed, Scrum is very popular – especially in software projects. This is completely understandable. Scrum is valued for its high efficiency and its well-designed project management system.

Have a look at another statistic. Various sources show that up to 90% of teams working with Scrum say they have improved the quality of their work because of it. Scrum is also very popular for another reason: it is aligned with the Agile approach, which sets the highest standards for project management.

Let talk about the advantages of the scrum:

# 1 Scrum is efficient

When working with Scrum, your team has the chance to achieve the highest levels of efficiency. This is possible due to the ‘sprints’ scheduled within a specific time frame. During this time frame or sprint, the team focuses on selected tasks. The sprint is carefully planned by the Scrum Master, who is responsible for time management.

# 2 Scrum ensures high-quality results

For good reason, Scrum is one of the most frequently used methodologies in software projects. One of its key features is ensuring quality. During a sprint, the team focuses on pre-set tasks. This avoids the usual distractions from adding unplanned tasks. The exchange of knowledge and support among sprint members also ensures high-quality results.

# 3 Scrum allows you to see effects quickly

The work of the team is noticeable quickly. The work takes place over strictly defined functionalities that are ready and tested when the sprint is finished. Because the product is developed in stages, you can see the effects of development.

# 4 Scrum saves you money

Due to the effective time and tasks management, focused on eliminating bugs in the sprint, Scrum speeds up how you build your product. You will notice very quickly that your budget is being used effectively. You do not waste time dealing with unnecessary amendments. After finishing the sprint, the team goes to work on the next functionalities in the next sprint.

# 5 Scrum is transparent

This is an important feature, especially for customers who want to monitor the progress of work on their product. Thanks to the sprints, they know exactly which functionalities the team is currently working on. They can also see the effects of this work relatively quickly. The aim of the development work is clear for both the team and the client.

# 6 Scrum provides support for all team members

If someone in a sprint has a problem with the task, then they can consult with the whole team for support. Other members in the sprint will provide help or, if necessary, complete the task. Knowledge exchange and mutual support help keep the sprint stable and avoid delays.

# 7 Scrum is user-friendly for sprint members

Scrum allows sprint members to choose the tasks they want to complete. This way, they can work on what they really like or are good at. The tasks are assigned by the Scrum Master, whose goal is to select the best tasks for the skills of each sprint member.

# 8 There are tools to support work in Scrum

Due to the huge popularity of Scrum, there are many tools available that support this project management methodology and allow you to control all processes and stages.