Companies constantly need something new, innovative, and more efficient to remain relevant and competitive. This often disrupts the way people get work done inside the organization. This is where change can stall out.
Trility’s Continuous Delivery Method isn’t the same as Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (or CI/CD pipelines). It involves everyone – the client, stakeholders, and our technical and non-technical team members.
These conversations mean constantly reaffirming the highest priority and how it results in value for the client.
You don’t wait six months to see working software. You can see working, tested software every two weeks or at an iteration that works for you.
That means you are frequently asked if your priorities are still your priorities. If they’ve changed, we adapt and ensure value.
These two key aspects help us validate the backlog and work in progress is on track to deliver meaningful results.
You always have clarity for your project’s compliance, quality, financial spend, and percent complete with our outcome-based approach. On Day 1 and throughout, you can expect to…
The Trility team was easy to communicate with from the onset of reviewing the [statement of work]. There was the professionalism along with a little levity that gave me the sense that we would have fun while also doing good work. Out of the gate, [the delivery manager] laid the groundwork for how we would stay connected and informed on their progress. I appreciated how we set up norms and expectations in our kick-off meeting. The team gave me and my coworkers confidence as they started in on the features and walked through how they could bonus off the work they just started. It allowed us to truly be agile and make changes to pull in as much work as we could without overburdening them.
Working with Trility has felt like a partnership in that they acted and still act like owners. I would for sure recommend working with Trility again if the opportunity presents itself.