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Are you successfully adhering to software delivery dates?
In certain scenarios, developers may not engage in discussions with their managers regarding project deadlines. Instead, they receive instructions about the tasks at hand and the associated due dates. Product owners may feel puzzled as to why it’s so challenging to get development teams to commit to deadlines, assess how long it will take to develop a feature and create accurate timelines before beginning to work on the project.
Certainly, when you know what you’re developing, you can say how long it will take. Still, in reality, when you’re building software, you spend much time not only on production but also on exploring and identifying the problem on the spot.
We can explain to you why deadline-driven development doesn’t work and what you can do to deliver a quality product on time.
Software Delivery: Pain Points
We will explore the pain points that traditional software development teams often face and how they impact the efficiency of their development process. From time-consuming deployments to inconsistent environments, we will delve into the common challenges that prevent these teams from delivering software efficiently.
Here is a list of some common pain points that traditional software development teams often struggle with:
- Manual and repetitive tasks
- Time-consuming deployments
- Inconsistent environments
- Limited visibility
- Lack of automation
- Inefficient collaboration
- Limited resources
By addressing these pain points, Apiumhub can help traditional software development teams streamline their development process, reduce errors and inconsistencies, and stay competitive in the industry.
With Apiumhub’s automated continuous delivery and deployment, real-time feedback, and complete visibility into your pipeline, you can focus on developing high-quality software and keep up with the pace of innovation.
Software Delivery: looking for excellence
How much does your interaction with your colleagues affect your daily enjoyment at work? What about with your manager or another team that you depend on? Many people attribute potential issues to communication problems, but it could be due to issues in the delivery process.
Misalignments in task definition, execution, and release can lead to poor performance that doesn’t solely depend on ourselves, but also on the people we depend on.
Have you ever felt blocked by inefficiencies caused by others? Denied the opportunity to do something due to somebody else’s “opinion” or had to wait for an excessively long time that you gave up?
It’s important to have a clear understanding of all the people involved in a specific task, their expectations, and what motivates them toward their goals. Everyone involved enjoys it as their expectations are met, they can predict what will happen next and have a clear roadmap for action.