Better quality of your products with Scrum Team Augmentation.

See how we maximize productivity using Scrum methodology to work even more efficiently on your projects and give you a peace of mind.

No last resorts anymore

What is a Scrum team at Trinesis?

Scrum

Scrum is a framework for project management. It consists of team composition and work organization rules that bring out the best possible results and guarantee a gratifying outcome. Scrum is mainly used in managing and developing IT products - software, hardware, networks - but nowadays, it’s gaining popularity in other fields.

Scrum Is Worth The Try

Although it’s often said that Scrum is easy to understand and difficult to master, the gains outgrow the pains. Trinesis' Project Managers know all twists and turns of Scrum methodology and will guide you and the development team through the process.

Team Augmentation

Agile teams work more efficiently than others, so it’s a great business opportunity to outsource them to improve operations at the company and the quality of the products. The augmented team’s level of involvement depends on the project - different approaches to budget & time management, implementation of Scrum - it’s all up to you.

Benefits Of A Scrum Team

The scrum approach to project management maximizes the product’s high quality due to good practices,, including daily communication, transparency of information flow, and great team cooperation. It’s hard to achieve all these benefits right away - but at Trinesis, we have been working agile for a long time and can help you get the best results!

Divide and conquer

Who should be on your development team?

PM/Scrum Master

Responsible for managing everyday work, coordinating meetings with the client and the team, and keeps an eye on the budget. They make sure the project is delivered on time.

The Product Owner

Manages the product backlog, optimizes the amount of work in each sprint, and is accountable for maximizing the product’s value. At Trinesis, this role is split between PMs and BDs.

The Developers Team

The Developers Team consists of frontend developers and backend developers responsible for executing each sprint.

Product Designer

Prepares projects’ designs made in line with good UI/UX practices. High quality of the projects is necessary to eliminate potential barriers in developers’ work during delivery.

QA

Makes sure the product is working correctly and looks out for the general user experience. They cooperate with developers on bug fixes and handy functionalities.

Make the most out of the remote

See current times as an opportunity - work remotely!

Start right away

Scrum teams can quickly adapt to new conditions and start on a new project due to their high flexibility and collaborative approach. Let us do the work of team building and fostering productivity and enjoy the results!

Remote is here to stay

Enjoy the benefits of working remote - it’s easier logistically, localization barriers are no longer an issue, and it feels more natural than ever. Take advantage of remote work tools and meet us online!

A penny saved is a penny earned

The recruitment and onboarding processes are expensive and often ineffective. Save yourself some pain and check out how hiring a remote working team will help you optimize costs.

We make it work for you

Scrum at Trinesis

The core of effective work

At Trinesis, we understand that the values of commitment, courage, focus, openness and respect should be the base of every Scrum project to ensure effective cooperation between all stakeholders. They also make it easier for each team member to commit to the project fully and do their best.

The core of effective work

At Trinesis, we understand that the values of commitment, courage, focus, openness and respect should be the base of every Scrum project to ensure effective cooperation between all stakeholders. They also make it easier for each team member to commit to the project fully and do their best.

What are the Scrum Artifacts?

Product Backlog, Sprint Backlog, Increments - based on our experience, we know that these assure transparency and proper information flow. Scope & the project backlog are prepared at the beginning of the project and are a list of everything needed for the product. Preparing them ahead of the project’s start helps plan work properly and makes it easier to scale the product later on.

Scrum Events

The Sprint and recurring events such as Sprint Planning, Review and Retrospective, and Daily Scrum are the grounds of an effectively managed project. Daily meetings and updates within the team ensure proper communication and help avoid any misunderstandings or blockers. Dividing the work into Sprints enhances productivity and decreases the risk of completing tasks that are not crucial to the project in the long term and may increase the costs.