Agile Testing

How to Measure the success of your agile initiatives


Agile is known to be a process that greatly enhances an organizations’ capacity and capability in the areas of both software development and testing. Properly implemented, it provides a lot of business-critical benefits to organizations. It helps organizations successfully tackle challenges related to development costs, predictability, and scope.

Following are some statistics explaining the measures used to assess the success of Agile initiatives in organizations:

  • On-time delivery and Customer/user satisfaction:

Agile also provides an environment wherein feedback and inputs can be taken at any stage, thereby improving the solution at every step.

  • Quality of Software Application:

Agile testing requires chunking a larger piece of project/code into smaller and more manageable parts. This helps developers provide complete focus on smaller parts of code, which leads to improvements in the overall quality, robustness, and testing of the software application.

  • Business value: An Agile-DevOps combination helps provide an environment where existing principles and practices work cohesively to help in growing the business value.
  • Productivity:

Agile encourages an atmosphere where it is the resultant product that gets critiqued rather than people being criticized. Both practices if ensured will definitely help increase the overall productivity of the team as a whole, and the organization will succeed in its goals.

  • Process improvement:

Agile, as a process, is a very team focused approach. A lot of organization’s fail because they do not have proper processes in place – whether development, or testing of software.

Please read the full post –How to measure the success of your agile initiatives to know how Cigniti, follows agile practices for software testing. To know more about how agile practices help you achieve improved business outcomes, drop a note at


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