CBIC Member, Agile Precis, Featured in The Silicon Review, A Flexible Engineering Framework to Reduce Risk and Expense
Published: Wed, Jan 20, 2016
(Austin, Texas, January 2016) The December 2015 issue of the leading industry journal The Silicon Valley Review features Agile Precis LLC, a highly innovative and unique provider of technical expertise, custom engineered software and risk management solutions. The article details the company’s unmatched combination of competencies assembled using Agile methodologies and best business practices to provide clients with optimum products and services quickly and cost-effectively.
“It’s always an honor to be recognized by your peers, particularly such a prestigious trade site as The Silicon Review,” says Sean Hamilton, Agile Precis founder and CEO. “We’re making news because in an industry subject to both fast-paced technical advances and complex regulatory requirements, not to mention quickly evolving marketing conditions and business goals, Agile Precis provides flexible resources with a reasonable cost structure to launch operations that fully achieve corporate goals and legal directives.”
These unique capabilities are grounded in Agile project management concepts used in software development, along with other best practices. “It’s part of our name, because it’s what we live and breathe,” Hamilton emphasizes. “We just don’t say we employ an Agile approach, it’s the underpinning framework and operating philosophy of Agile Precis. Our people are certified experts in a variety of Agile approaches, including Scrum, Kanban,Adaptive Software Development,Lean Software Development, Extreme Programing, Rapid Advanced Prototyping / Six Sigma, ITILv3, UML and CMMI. Most of our systems engineers hold a Ph. D and are involved in cutting-edge research and teaching at leading universities. We apply this expertise to engineer bespoke solutions to respond to a variety of technical and business issues that are constantly in flux. Our products and services encompass one or more disciplines, including legacy and systems integration, cybersecurity, risk management, software development and systems engineering. We also offer an expanding selection of easy-to-use products to help customers manage risks to both their technical systems as well as related physical assets, as well as general business assessments.”
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