The Agile methodology uses iterative planning and continuous customer feedback in order to create the best possible alignment with the engineering team. This ensures the delivery of a product that reflects the customer’s real needs.
During the development process, we provide early and continuous deliveries to the customer to keep the customer informed throughout the evolution of the project. Constant communication with the customer allows us to quickly react to any modifications in the requirements and plan accordingly.
Bi-weekly sprints, retrospective meetings, design guidelines, pull-requests, cross-review, peer-development or continuous integration are some of the practices we follow that ensure great attention to detail, technical excellence, and sound design.
The priority during the design of a new product must not be to do it in the shortest time or at the lowest possible cost but to develop a solution that better matches the customer needs.
At Ingenia we extend this methodology, typically used in software enterprises, to hardware engineering, thus ensuring that the prototype will become the final product without having to go through iterative redesigns.