DHCC Australia: Boosting Business Efficiencies with Agile Solutions
The ability to quickly update strategies to align with the evolving market conditions is a sought-after quality today. However, given the rigidity of the legacy software solutions, updating the business software to reflect the market developments is daunting. The Agile software development methodology can make a business function at lightning speed. Agile supports business processes by fragmenting tasks into short phases, conducting frequent assessments, and adapting to abrupt change in policies. As an iterative process, Agile lowers commercial as well as technical risks for both the customer and the supplier. DHCC Australia, a provider of Agile solutions, offers a delivery model that seamlessly utilizes onshore and offshore resources to deliver scalable, cost-effective, and quality software.
DHCC Australia’s Agile strategy revolves around fully integrated working software packages that are ready to be deployed. The company not only offers Agile development of new applications but also an Agile software support system. By linking Agile with microservices, DHCC Australia provides clients a robust low-risk approach of modernizing cloud-based applications incrementally. Dick Austin, CEO of DHCC Australia highlights that most third-party software suppliers are predominantly associated with fixed prices and contractual engagements, which makes them inflexible to customer demands. Through Agile, DHCC Australia not only optimizes client’s business but also provides them a firm control over it.
“DHCC Australia’s swift, low-risk, and inexpensive solutions equip organizations with the ability to streamline their software-dependent business processes,” remarks Austin. These solutions also help them deal with the ever-evolving competitive environment by remodeling their existing strategies, or by proposing new ones entirely. Deployment of these solutions includes iterations that usually last for less than two weeks, depending on whether a client demands post-deployment refinement. A fortnightly frequency of deliverables allows a client to evaluate the effectiveness of the company’s solutions gradually.
DHCC Australia’s swift, low-risk, and inexpensive solutions equip organizations with an ability to streamline their software-dependent business processes
Illustrating the efficacy of DHCC Australia’s Agile solutions, James Yang, DHCC Australia Managing Director, highlights the value proposition they are delivering to the Monash University in Australia. The university’s Building & Properties division has an annual capital works budget of $250 million with 200 ongoing projects led by 50 managers. DHCC Australia plays a pivotal role in enhancing the management of these projects by facilitating rapid implementation of new as well as modified functionalities. It also ensures an efficient experience for customers and magnifies the end-to-end process visibility for contractors, resulting in an active decision-making process and better management of the expenditure.
The uniqueness of DHCC Australia’s solutions lies in the fact that its clients are under no obligation to commit themselves to large contracts right from the beginning. Moreover, unlike the old-fashioned, monolithic software development process, clients can start with low-cost deliverables and choose to extend their contracts only if there is a business case for it.
While abiding by the formula of ‘small is good,’ DHCC Australia does not center itself merely on tools. The company believes that Agile is about following profound principles that include simplification of the documentation work, early and more frequent deployment of the software, customer engagement, risk management in primary stages, and an emphasis on statelessness that enables organizations to serve more customers. It also focuses on high cohesion, which promotes reusability and proper maintenance, and low coupling to reduce the dependency between software modules. The company’s commitment to each of these principles facilitates Agile solution development.
Founded in 2016, DHCC Australia has bagged big clients including Alibaba Australia, Telstra, and the Chinese government’s Ministry of Ecology and Environment. DHCC Australia now looks forward to bringing its partnership deal with Tricentis to fruition.