Process

How We Work

Complex software is best delivered using Agile methodologies, providing quick delivery of business value, and giving clients the flexibility to refine requirements during development.

A “pure” Agile approach can however create tension with established business processes that impose fixed budgets and delivery times.

With this in mind, we have developed a hybrid agile approach to give clients the speed and flexibility of agile, while still working within managed budgets and time frames.

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Development Stages

01.
Initial Analysis
  • Business case and project vision
  • Hard requirements - security, performance
  • Key user journeys
02.
Design & Research
  • Minimum Viable Product (MVP) - be brutal to remove non-essentials!
  • Prioritised backlog of user-centric features
  • User journey wireframes and visuals
  • Tool & environment configuration
  • Initial cost estimation based on MVP backlog and comparing complexity with previous projects
03.
Development
  • Incremental delivery of value
  • Requirement iteration and refinement as business needs are better understood
  • Feature re-prioritisation within budget and timeframe (if required)
  • Prioritising future work
  • Deployment
04.
Post-Live - Business as Usual (BAU)
  • Maintenance
  • Development of new features
  • Ongoing support
Resources

Hybrid Agile Software Development: Best Practices

Download this eBook to learn how to maximise success for complex software builds with Hybrid Agile.

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Services

Our Clients

Case studies

Some of Our Projects

Artificial Intelligence, Computer Vision

Intranel used Google’s Coral AI accelerator hardware and a Raspberry Pi to track, differentiate, and count different brands of scooters in public areas in real-time.

Mobile Applications

Intranel has built a series of apps for NZ Crown Research Institutes. Reusable development has enabled us to rapidly develop and deploy new apps. The Myrtle Rust identification app is an excellent example of this, it required fast development and deployment due to the critical biohazard nature of the issue.

Intranel worked with a client in the renewable energy sector to build IoT cloud connectivity and consumer-facing mobile apps for solar conversion devices.

Intranel worked with a client in the renewable energy sector to build IoT cloud connectivity and consumer-facing mobile apps for solar conversion devices.

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