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Our highly skilled specialists will partner with your team and use their knowledge and experience to help you deliver your project. When you need a true technology partner, turn to Cabiritech, specialists in Agile delivery and development. Co-locate or work remotely, full or part time. We embed and collaborate with you to help you to be your best and to achieve your goals. It’s reassuring to know that we have worked with some of the biggest names in the commercial world, either directly or via a third party. Our approach is geared towards maximising productivity so that you get your objectives delivered and our processes ensure that critical project questions are addressed at the earliest possible stage. This momentum is continued right through development and with a rapid Agile deployment cycle, you’ll have full involvement and visibility on progress.

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There have been fundamental shifts in the role of websites and lifespan, driven by users, media, search, technology and levels of time and commitment available post launch. A one page website works well as an online business card, designed to deliver key information and a stepped plan will grow it towards a more interactive tool. Adapting to technological trends means that a website is no longer a one-time project. Like any other part of a business, it is now an ongoing marketing effort.


Agile is a time boxed, iterative approach to software delivery that builds software incrementally from the start of the project, instead of trying to deliver it all at once near the end. It works by breaking projects down into little bits of user functionality called user stories, prioritizing them, and then continuously delivering them in short two week cycles called iterations. Agile principles can be applied to a wide range of projects, even those outside of traditional software development.500


The waterfall model is a sequential (non-iterative) process, in which progress is seen as flowing steadily downwards (like a waterfall) through the phases of conception, initiation, analysis, design, construction, testing, implementation and maintenance. This hardware orientated model originates from highly structured physical environments in which after-the-fact changes are prohibitively costly. Waterfall predates formal software development methodologies. There is still usage value for small scale projects.


With any new project there are a many pieces of work that have to be done. Gathering the requirements for these and prioritising them can be a difficult task for most businesses. This can be made simpler by breaking them down into discrete areas of functionality which then can be broken down into user stories that describe just a single flow through the system. By using the MoSCoW approach to prioritisation we ensure that the most important functions are developed first and within that, the most important stories.


Build it and they will come! An adage, no longer applicable, even to the worlds top performing brands. Global strategies establish and broaden recognition, but what if you don’t need everyone to find you, what if your business focuses on key locations. This is where Local SEO comes into play. Methodology shifts alongside search algorithm change and currently sets quality, fresh content, locality, listing consistency and consumer interaction as highly regarded search factors.


A core principle of the Agile Manifesto is collaboration. This can be achieved by working in cross-functional teams rather than silos. In these teams we group people with different expertise to work towards a common goal. Across developers, designers, QA resources, business analysts and product owners. Having the business involved in this process increases understanding to a greater depth and scope. Cross-functional teams can quickly make strategic decisions and keep the development process flowing in the right direction.