Elabor8: Guiding Enterprises Travelling the Agile Transformation Path
Agile, which grew out of the need to empower teams with greater control over every aspect of product development has replaced the traditional project management methodologies. The adoption of agile to cope with the most complex set of projects is only set to increase for technology companies.
Elabor8 brings its own experience to educate businesses to be focused, lean, adaptive and robust
As it has brought in significant business improvements, being agile is shaping up to become the new industry order. With strategic experience in delivering successful agile projects, Elabor8 foundersAndrew Blain, Nam Huynh and Paul Velonismade it a mission to help organizations understand and trust agile in an entirely unique way. The leadership team created a company that would allow agile business analysts to work together and become thought leaders in the sector. With the aim to educate clients about the best use of business analysis and agile, Elabor8 started its journey while planning and executing challenging new projects.
Elabor8 is a leading provider of Innovation and Agility expertise. The wealth of knowledge within its consulting team consisting of expert and highly experienced consultants provide organizations the right mentoring and guidance that they need. By engaging with clients during every step of project development, the company effectively measures up the agile practices that will provide the most business value. Going forward, Elabor8 is building new capabilities specifically in Digital, User Experience, Product and Delivery Management within delivery services. The company also plans to further mature and grow strategic service lines for clients and reinforce Innovation and Product Design and Lean Business Architecture in their projects. Paul concludes, “Agile Transformation has now turned into a significant component of our business, and we will look to further mature and grow this service line to meet the ever growing demand we are experiencing from the market.”