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How We Work

How We Work

Generally, we stick to Agile Scrum methodology. It is a collation of software development methods based on iterative and incremental development, where requirements and solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing, cross-functional teams. It promotes adaptive planning, evolutionary development and delivery, a time-boxed iterative approach, and encourages rapid and flexible responses to change.

How We Work

Best industry standards

We develop exclusive software solutions depending on the needs of your business and following the best industry standards.


SENLA easily adapts to your needs and offers a lifetime warranty, eliminating any errors found after the implementation of a solution.

Requirements gathering/writing
of specifications

Standards of the requirements collection process, patterns, and in writing SRD and SRS.


All the expertise of the company is divided into Competence Centers that apply their knowledge, standards, and best practices during the preparation of the architecture.

Knowledge management and knowledge transfer

A group of standards for managing project/domain knowledge was developed at SENLA.

Standards of QA
and testing

For the years of work, the company has developed many templates, patterns, and approaches in the organization of the testing process and test documentation.

Code quality and code review

SENLA always implements the CodeStyle document. The code developed by our engineers is reviewed (automatically or manually) and standardized.

Standards of development methodologies

By combining deep technical expertise and a personal approach in working with Clients, we guarantee a high-quality implementation of software projects.


Our Project Management department will keep you up to date on the entire development process on a regular basis. You will receive progress reports at the end of each agreed stage of the project.

Methodology of Project

SENLA ensures flexible approach to the Client’s requirements for the processes of development and testing. Popular project management models can be optimized for the needs of the Client’s business.



Sprint is the basic unit of work for a Scrum team. This is the main feature that marks the difference between Scrum and other models for agile development.

Sprint Planning

The goal of the Sprint Planning is to define what is going to be done in the Sprint and how it is going to be done. This meeting is held at the beginning of each Sprint and is defined how it will approach the project coming from the Product Backlog stages and deadlines. Each Sprint is composed of different features.

Daily Scrum

The objective of the Daily Scrum is to evaluate the progress and trend until the end of the Sprint, synchronizing the activities and creating a plan for the next 24 hours. It is a brief meeting that takes place daily during the Sprint period. Three questions are answered individually: What did I do yesterday? What am I going to do today? What help do I need? The Scrum Master should try to solve problems or obstacles that arise.

Sprint Review

The goal of the sprint review is to show what work has been completed with regards to the product backlog for future deliveries. The finished sprint is reviewed, and there should already be a clear and tangible advancement in the product to present to the client.

Sprint Retrospective

The team reviews the completed goals of the finished sprint, write down the good and the bad, so as not to repeat the mistakes again. This stage serves to implement improvements from the point of view of the development process. The goal of the sprint retrospective is to identify possible process improvements and generate a plan to implement them in the next Sprint.

Key Roles

Key Roles

Software Consultant

Analysis of business requirements, recommendations for technologies, modifications.

Business Analyst

Collects and documents all business requirements.

System Analyst

 Evaluation and documentation of high-level architecture design with detailed descriptions.

Big Data Analyst

Works on analysis to organize, store and manage huge amounts of data for better decision making.

UX/UI Engineer

Responsible for usability and design, approves them with the Client.


Architecture engineering, according to app requirements.

Project Manager

Manages project in terms of deadlines, functionality, budgets, etc.

Scrum Master

Agile delivery controller, supervisor.

Development Team Lead

Line management, technical management, personal team improvement.

QA Team Lead

Full QA process planning, documentation control, close cooperation with the Client.


Automation and monitoring at all steps of software construction.


Code engineering, according to guidelines, unit-tests development.

Automation QA Engineer

Designs and executes autotests, installs databases and apps.

QA Engineer

Maintaining the quality of the system as per the specification and business requirements.

Big Data Engineer

Works with data models, data governance, master data management and data security.

Support engineer

Finds solutions to problems with the products and helps customers work through technical difficulties.

Delivery Manager

A key bridge between the companies, the highest level of decision making, supervision and cooperation growth.

Account Manager

Controls business cooperation and agreements delivery.

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  • Our BD team contacts you shortly for a quick intro call to understand the project needs better.
  • NDA is being signed at your request to ensure a high standard of privacy.
  • After careful evaluation of the requirements, SENLA offers a preliminary solution (estimates, CVs, timelines, etc.).
  • Our team can start delivering within 10 business days after approval.

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