Our development teams have successfully completed the first Program Increment in 2022. According to the SAFe guidelines for agile software development, only one thing is missing: the retrospective. Therefore, we take a step back to review what has been successfully implemented in the past three months. You can find the three greatest innovations here. Read more
Many exciting projects lie ahead of us in 2022. But before we get started, let’s take a look back at what we have achieved in the past development period. The following projects turned out to be particularly exciting:
As the Scaled Agile Framework for agile software development prescribes, we review the recent development period before we start the final development phase for 2021. And once again, there are exciting new features to discover. Take a look at the highlights of the individual areas that have been implemented in the last three months: Read more
The systems and development teams at SupplyOn have been working with the “Scaled Agile Framework” for about three years. The approach for agile software development has become an integral part of everyday development routine and is indispensable. To keep everybody up to date on this topic, we regularly hold internal training sessions on Team Agility and SAFe. Read more
Another three months have come to an end, during which our development teams have been busier than ever. A review of the last twelve weeks shows: In many of our solutions, there is something new to discover. Below you will find some of the implemented features: Read more
In 2021, we are celebrating two anniversaries at a time: two years of agile software development via SAFe and one year of virtual PI planning. Since 2019, we have been reviewing the progress achieved in our solutions every three months in large rounds of so-called Program Increments (PI) – and for the past year, we have been following the innovations in virtual PI Plannings remotely. Nevertheless, it is always exciting to see what new functions and features have been developed.
What have the development teams already successfully implemented this year? Read more