We don’t just deliver products, our teams collaborate with your organization to find solutions that will have sustainable, long-lasting impact on your company’s future. Our high-performance cells adhere to three principles that ensure you maximize your ROI.
Our teams transform goals into workable plans. Our methodology combines high-performance cells, a scalable, multidisciplinary team of various seniority levels, and agile methodologies. It focuses on self-management and continuous improvement. We believe empowering talent is key to obtaining scalability and sustainability to ensure long-term adoption and success.
We transform objectives into work plans.
Type of projects
We look for the same goal: the return on investment of each technological project from our customers.
Since no two projects are the same, the redbee method was designed to optimize ROI based on the type of tech project your business needs.
Over the years, we’ve created and iterated three different constructive models that are tried, tested, and validated by our clients.
Our experts work with you in the ideation and inception phase to determine the type of project that best fits your organization.
Then, we’ll help you select a model that aligns with your vision and optimizes your return on investment.
01. Fast Delivery
— Lean mindset
— Backlog optimization
— Delivery focused
— Leverage tools and shortcut
Fast-delivery projects have specific KPI goals and produce deliverables based on a set schedule. They follow a lean behavior and aim to reduce any processing or operational waste, seeking to achieve the best value performance. They also demand autonomy both in execution and in choosing the tools and accelerators available in the software market.
02. Deep Knowledge
— Kanban oriented
— Business & tech assessments
— Complex implementation and poc,
— Refactors, monolith slicing
Deep knowledge is generally a common factor in all projects, but there are cases where a certain level of expertise can provide real differentiation. These are transformational projects which are often the first step in a bigger process of creation or reparation of an existing system. They are iterative, therefore agile, and they do not focus on fast delivery but rather on consistency and execution. Given that the investigation and creative stages generally require flexibility, they tend to be more easily adaptable to Kanban and Scrum methodologies.
— Scaled Agility
— Big teams, multiple teams
— People growth plans, shadowing
— Culture accountability
Scalability has become a need: Every growing company needs to scale and consolidate its competitive position, which implies creating new software or modifying the existing one to grow business operations. This type of project uses different agile scalability methodologies. They can be big projects or several related projects as well. In these structures delivery, knowledge, and, above all, the human factor needs to be managed and administered. Talent career plans and continuous growth are key to successfully scaling projects over time.
Our knowledge covers a wide technological stack: