Virtusa sees agile tech driving future business

Posted on February 19th, 2009 in Agile by siddharta || No Comment

Yesterday’s Economic Times has an article on how Virtusa is using distributed agile to benefit it’s customers.

Virtusa claims that the agile software development combined with the concept of global delivery model is receiving increasing attention from IT organizations globally, given its ability to deal with changing business priorities and short delivery cycles among others.

US-headquartered Virtusa has global delivery centers in Colombo, Hyderabad and Chennai, besides offices in the UK and US. The company’s third quarter of fiscal 2009 was $ 44.9 million, a 6% growth year-on-year.

Mr Ratnayake said the traditional “waterfall” type of development involving strategy, development, maintenance and testing was giving way to the agile methodology where the client’s changing requirements were addressed and delivery cycles could be shrunk.

Check out the whole article here.

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