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. However, a pure agile approach can 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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Our Development Process

Step 1
Initial Analysis
  • Building a business case and project vision
  • Collecting hard requirements: security and performance
  • Mapping key user journeys
Step 2
Design & Research
  • Building an MVP: be brutal to remove non-essentials!
  • Prioritising a backlog of user-centric features
  • Creating user journey wireframes and visuals
  • Tool and environment configuration
  • Estimating initial costs based on a MVP backlog and comparing complexity with previous projects
Step 3
  • Project delivery and QA
  • Incremental delivery of value
  • Iterating and refining requirements as at this stage business needs are better understood
  • Prioritisation of future work
  • Re-prioritisation of features if required
Step 4
  • Maintenance
  • On-going support
  • Development of new features

Hybrid Agile: Best Practices for Building Complex Software

Download this eBook to learn how to overcome technology delivery challenges and maximise success for complex software projects with Hybrid Agile.

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Case Studies

Some of Our Projects

AI / Computer Vision

Scooter Detection with AI

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.

Research / Mobile Applications

Scion: Pest Detection App

Intranel has built a series of apps for NZ Crown Research Institutes including SCION and NIWA in conjunction with MPI and Lincoln University. 

Energy / Internet of Things

IoT Connectivity 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.

HR / Enterprise Solutions

Performance Management System

Intranel helped Pivot Software to re-engineer a major piece of Enterprise software for corporate performance management, cloud-deploy it, and future-proof it to be scalable, secure, responsive, and maintainable.

  • From the first pitch it was clear the Intranel team were the company I wanted to work with to help RBS deliver the project. Change can be hard, but with the right people with the right attitude it certainly makes it easier.

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    Llewelyn Parkinson
    Head of New Market Propositions, Commercial and Private Banking at Royal Bank of Scotland
  • The Intranel team are very outcome-focused and take pride in their delivery. They are willing to challenge us and each other to achieve the best outcome.

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    Philippa Youngman
    Managing Director, Pivot Software Ltd

Let's work together

Schedule a one-on-one consultation with our team to discuss how Intranel can help solve your business problem and maximise success of your project.