New perspectives with agile software development
New products and services are needed to respond to changing requirements on the part of markets and customers. This not only demands flexible software solutions, but also new business models.
New digital ideas can be implemented quickly and coherently thanks to agile software development, with the methods used also supporting innovations directly. This is because the learning-driven error culture and transparent handling of findings encourages an eagerness to experiment in the company.
Keeping an eye on value creation with individual software
Agile principles mean greater flexibility, faster speed and better-quality results. Prototypes of software solutions that you can test, assess and enhance are created in short development cycles.
During the course of collaboration, our experts focus on ensuring the greatest possible benefits for your customers and added value for your company.
Shortening time to market
Our expertise in agile methods is the key to a fast time to market. Moreover, important findings can already be established during the project and the further course of action optimised. Our teams work in a consistently agile manner, regardless of whether Scrum, Kanban, LeSS, Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe), Nexus, Scrum@Scale or other methods.
Senior Software Architect
Agile software modernisation in the publishing sector
Open, flexible and fit for the future: bbv supported mms solutions ag in modernising its publishing systems. The new and attractive solution offers customers of mms solutions a greater choice of services for modern multi-channel communication and is optimally equipped for future enhancements.Success Story
Poster on the topic of agile software development
This printable poster in PDF format graphically illustrates the main elements and interdependencies in agile software development and scrum in an appealing way. It shows the release cycle, sprint process, the roles and tasks involved and the information flows between the acting roles.Poster
Zero-bug policy – An amusing project empirical report
The entertaining empirical report looks at a project that threatens to fail under the pressure of too many bugs. By switching to a zero-bug policy, error mountains were successfully dismantled and the motivation of the developer teams – which had hit rock-bottom – was restored. Almost as an aside, we learn many details about what a zero-bug policy involves.Report
Frank Zehnle CEO Swisscom Health AG, curabill
We can integrate new products with a range of technologies thanks to the open architecture bbv implemented. A definite competitive edge for us.
Booklet: Guidelines for successful scrum deployment
This booklet summarises the experiences of bbv Software Services in deploying scrum and provides guidance for setting up projects with scrum. The booklet also contains specific practical tips from numerous scrum projects carried out by bbv.Booklet
Developing and testing mobile cross-platform apps faster with Xamarin
Abraxas Informatik AG developed the Tell Tax app for the Canton of Valais. This app is used to digitalise tax documents quickly and securely. bbv helped the customer to set up the new development platform in Xamarin and test the app, and also trained the employees.Publication
Development of a device for detecting cervical cancer
An analysis device was to be developed swiftly for the HPV virus in order to diagnose cervical cancer at an early stage. Thanks to agile software development and test-driven development, bbv was able to fulfil the ambitious goal and deliver high-quality software. The C# development relied on the existing customer framework for the solution.Publication
Practical cheat sheet on clean code principles and implementation
The best method for making the fewest possible errors in developing software is to write clean program source code or clean code. The clearly laid out and densely packed two-page cheat sheet offers developers numerous tips, lists, tricks, do’s and don’ts as well as practical instructions so that their code stays as clean as possible.Publication
Booklet: Introduction to continuous integration
This 28-page booklet clarifies the intentions pursued with continuous integration. It highlights the requirements to be fulfilled for implementation, explains the typical processes of this agile software development method and illustrates how a sample continuous integration environment is structured.Publication
Booklet: Application lifecycle management (ALM)
This 52-page booklet explains what is meant by application lifecycle management and which open source tools support stakeholders and the team in the development process. The booklet then looks purposefully at Microsoft tools that can help with ALM. The report is rounded off by personal experiences from bbv experts.Publication
Booklet: Continuous integration for embedded systems
This booklet shows how continuous integration can be used successfully for embedded software projects. Following a brief introduction to the basic concept, it examines the specific aspects of embedded projects. The booklet is rounded off by various examples of different hardware/software combinations.Publication
Better quality and faster time-to-market through efficient business analysis
bbv supported SBB in updating the further development of the «Baustellenassistent» tool, which is used for planning and scheduling construction and infrastructure projects.Publication