Equal Experts' agile practitioners combine technical excellence and business pragmatism to deliver simple bespoke software solutions to big business problems.
We offset delivery risk by trusting only talented, highly experienced people to employ relentless quality processes and a “zero tolerance” attitude to defects. We make heavy use of open source technology wherever possible, which dramatically lowers total cost of ownership for clients.
By leading by example and grounding everything we do in concrete software deliveries, we are able to bring our experience to bear, helping large organizations through their digital transformation.
Customers include Camelot and Telefonica and our software solutions underpin major initiatives such as O2’s Priority Moments customer loyalty campaign as well as myO2 self-serve capability. We are using our private sector experience to help UK government departments like HMRC and the Home Office to roll out their digital strategy.
For the last three years in a row, Equal Experts has been singled out as one of UK’s fastest growing companies in the tech sector, with sales reaching £24 million in 2014.
The company attributes its strong growth to a disruptive business model in technology, only employing senior consultants.
We are Quality Without A Name, an initiative of pragmatic practitioners. We train and mentor teams, coach individuals and carry out bespoke development projects. We specialise in agile and lean software development.
Our mission is to bring success to our customers by improving their system development practice. We advise, coach and train management, product owners, project leaders and developers. And we develop software ourselves - above all, we are software developers.
Radtac is supporting Agile in the City: London with live illustration from Stuart Young.
Stuart is a professional live illustrator with extensive traditional/ Agile Project management experience and a deep-rooted appreciation for Agile Principles and Methodologies.
He has harnessed his creative skills to translate concepts and processes into engaging visuals during workshops, events and conferences.
With international notoriety within the Agile Community, Stuart has provided his services at various Scrum Alliance Global Gatherings/ Retreats, and at popular Agile conferences such as the Agile Testing Days in Berlin, the Lean Agile Scotland Conference, and the London Lean Kanban event.
Along with coaching, delivering training and live illustrating, Stuart is running ‘Innovation through Visualisation’ workshops to assist individuals to draw and collaborate effectively. The newly gained skills assist teams to solve problems and map ideas with the use of graphic metaphors and additional visualisation techniques.
Stuart joined Radtac in 2015 where he continues to assist individuals, teams and organisations with an array of visualisation services.
DPML run regular meet ups geared towards information and knowledge sharing. We have a strong focus on agile delivery, so many of our meetups reflect being and doing agile from a delivery and project management perspective. We often have major speakers take the stage, lively Q&A's, games workshops for learning and other events all oriented around creating an active professional community where we can learn and share with each other.
The KCE is intended to be a really great place to learn, get those burning questions off your chest and to make new friends. It follows in the footsteps of the Agile Coaching Exchange (ACE) which often has Kanban specific questions and topics, the KCE will provide a Kanban focused forum.
If companies want to embrace agility, it is not enough for them to base their development on Agile methods. The entire company has to incorporate Agile values and principles.
We're a friendly group of people working through current management topics via interactive workshops, games, and talks. Exploring the world of Agile management, we tackle complex problems and inspire each other through stories and focused group discussions.
Meetup topics have included Agile and neuroscience, Agile coaching, Experimentation in the workplace, Working with different personalities in Agile teams, Agile change management, and many more. Hosted by Management 3.0 facilitators (who are managers themselves).
Through Agile:MK, we invite everyone to help drive the adoption and improvement of Agile methods in Milton Keynes and the surrounding area. We are doing this through sharing experiences, talking with experts, and creating a space for Agile professionals to network, to share their successes and challenges with adopting and practicing Agile. Our aim is to raise the standards of professional working life for the Agile community in our area.
Are you interested in joining us as a sponsor, partner, or supporter/community group to help make Agile in the City: London a memorable event for our participants? Read on!
Together with our sponsors, we aim to create great experiences and delight our participants.
We seek to create bespoke sponsorship packages for interested parties, but we also offer a number of "off the shelf" sponsorship options.
If you're interested in becoming an Agile in the City: London sponsor or supporter, please download the sponsor pack (365kb PDF) or contact Sarah Dodd for more information, or to discuss things futher.
A discount on event tickets is available to user groups and meetups that help promote Agile in the City: London 2016 to their members.
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