Project Management

We’re a project management company in Johannesburg that specialises in agile project management. Providing resources and sprint planning to ensure that we produce a product on time and that is still relevant to market trends at the end. Agile project management is an iterative method to project management that focuses on continuous releases and incorporating client feedback with each iteration. Teams that use agile project management approaches improve their development pace, teamwork, and ability to adjust to market developments.

Our project

management process

Every project, whether it’s launching an app or marketing campaign, necessitates a number of processes. Regardless of the industry or the type of delivery, these processes are quite uniform. We divide the overall project management process into six stages, or “process groups.”

These process groups are commonly defined as follows:

Sprint Planning

In agile project management, notably in the scrum approach, the term sprint is employed. Scrum is often defined by regular and predictable work cycles. The primary principle behind sprint planning is that the team decides on the deliverables, milestones, and tasks, as well as the duration required to properly execute the activities. Sprints are typically planned in one- to two-week packages, but is project dependent.


Project management design is the first stage of the project lifecycle in which ideas, methods, resources, and deliverables are planned. A project design comes before a project plan because it provides a high-level picture, whereas a project plan includes more specific information.


The process of planning and allocating resources to fully develop a project or product from concept to go-live is known as project development. It's about ensuring that a project team has all of the resources necessary to complete the project objectives. "Resources" is a catch-all term for anything the project might require, from software to people, money, and a well-defined plan.


Test management is the process of managing testing activities to ensure high-quality and high-end testing of software applications. To create a high-quality software application, the method entails planning, regulating, assuring traceability, and visibility of the testing process. It ensures that the software testing process goes smoothly.


This step refers to the movement of an object to a location where some action can be performed on it. In the context of software development, deployment refers to the process of preparing an application for delivery.


A retrospective meeting is an organised session in which teams reflect on a finished project - this is where reviewing and learning comes in for us. It enables a team and individuals to emphasise a project's triumphs and failures, identify areas for development, and reflect on the project as a whole.

Why project management is beneficial to you

Working closely with our clients is made possible by adhering to project management standards. Ensuring that we deliver functional work packages at the end of each sprint while continuously analysing our client’s requirements.
This has the advantage of lowering risks and producing high-quality results. We’re able to produce on time and within budget thanks to regular feedback loops. Other advantages of project management include increasing chances of success, gaining fresh perspective on project and how it fits with business strategy, prioritising company’s resources and ensuring their efficient use, setting the scope, and accurately scheduling and budgeting from the start.