Ennova Research organizes “New routes of innovation” event to speak about Digital Transformation, in collaboration with Ca’ Foscari University and MongoDB.
Speaking with FAAC Group , Ca 'Foscari University of Venice and the Permasteelisa Group.
Our company is born to be different. We focus on intellectual achievement and innovation. Our aim to sustain research and development is perfectly expressed by our participation in innovative projects, in Italy and Europe. Politecnico di Milano, John Von Neumann University (Budapest), Padova University, CRS4 – Centro di ricerca, sviluppo e studi superiori in Sardegna, VEGA – Parco Scientifico, ComoNEXT – Parco Scientifico Progetto VI PQ StoLPaN (RFiD ed NFC) are some of our national and international scientific partners. We continue investing on more than 10% for research and development each year. Our principal focus today lays in the development of Apps, Embedded and Enterprise Class software. We lead projects and we design and develop products in both areas, working predominantly at an international level.
Through our highly specialized teams and with the pervasive use of the Agile development methodology we distributed, after developing for our customers, hundreds of thousands of applications for the mobile devices Android and iOS. Ennova represents a company in full growth and assumes a leading role in the world of information technology and the design of applications destined to things, people and companies.
Working with us can be a real “challenge” for our clients. You may have to rethink the way you use technology to optimize your working schedules and support your growth passing from “1,2,3,4, … , n” to “1,2,4,8, … , 2n”. Probably, you were searching for us for a long time.
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Our Software Development Methodology proposed is based on Agile practices and principles. Particularly, the SCRUM methodology is the chosen framework for software development projects at Ennova Research, as it has been proven to be incredibly effective for all parties involved, from stakeholders to developers. SCRUM uses the real-world progress of a project — not a best guess or uninformed forecast — to plan and schedule releases. Organizing and dividing the project into succinct work cadences (sprints), allows a project’s direction to be fine tuned or adjusted based on completed work, and this capacity for adaption and flexibility is the key for customer satisfaction and project effectiveness. The development team is led by a Certified Scrum Master and successfully applies Agile principles since some years. The Agile principles and SCRUM techniques are adapted given the project context and peculiarities.
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