From Software Development Teams to the Scalable Software Factory

The market can no longer assume long software development cycles. Speed nowadays is an indispensable factor – even more so in the field of software applications, a reality that is radically transforming the process of building technological solutions.

Traditional software development teams are turning into scalable software factories that implant definable, repeatable and measurable industrial processes into highly productive environments. This automation reduces error, but above all, enables us to focus on what really matters: innovation oriented to the client’s business.

“It’s the culture, stupid”

This sentence, habitually used when talking about economics, is a call to attention that underscores the importance of internalizing a certain work culture when it comes to facing the new models of software development. Collaborative methods, distributed teams and highly adaptable methodologies focused on the client are the order of the day.

At Ikusi we have incorporated the so-called agile methodologies that help us in our aim of adopting an incremental development strategy instead of complete product planning and execution. These methodologies place the emphasis on empowering people to collaborate and make decisions as a team in the continuous planning and in constant testing… These are collaborative software development models based on frequent incremental and iterative deliveries.

This way of developing software shortens Time to Market, expedites and simplifies updates, and makes it possible to create software in very close contact with the client.

…And this transformation… what for?

We have implanted a predictable and efficient “software factory” for building digital applications, making them evolve and placing them at the disposal of our clients, mainly cities and airports – fields we have known for decades, which, when added to our technological knowhow and our software development culture, enable us to offer our clients solutions to improve the experience of their users and residents and, of course, make their services and daily management more efficient.

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