Everything we do at Klap6 is characterized by a Design Thinking mindset. We ensure that every employee, no matter their specialty or department, follows these principles and applies them to their daily work. A team of skilled developers working with this method is our guarantee of excellence.
Scrum – Agile – DevOps – Lean – Prototype – XP – RAD
We rapidly prioritize tasks, divide responsibilities efficiently, and time box every element. During complex projects, our teams working with scrum methodology to hold daily Scrum meetings, keeping track of pending and finished tasks with the top available project management tools and software.
Prioritization – Collaboration – Iteration
We revise and correct our course continuously through sprints and iterations.
We focus on the 3 essential questions of Scrum:
In short sprints, our teams are able to continuously re-prioritize tasks and reduce the product backlog with consistent efficiency.
Software that works – Customer involvement – Adaptive to change
Agile is our standard practice for service-oriented projects and code and design deliverables. Our teams implement this methodology when the client’s involvement is crucial for development, or when the product’s features and functions are not established, with opportunities for improvement and adaptability.
Measurement – Automation – Culture
The backbone of our standard of excellence is made up of DevOps principles. We trust our talented developers, we embrace the innovation they bring, and we encourage transparency and build cross-functional teams that never lose sight of the KPIs or the passion for achieving them.
We use application logs and metrics to measure all useful data flowing through the system, keep track of every type of error, and stay informed on the current state of the system.
We automate every test we can to ensure the code works flawlessly after implementing any change, saving valuable time that would otherwise be spent unproductively on manual testing.
By using code repositories and branching processes, we make incremental changes to lower the risk and impact of each change. This enables us to quickly roll back on ineffective changes.