When the team at Bristol City Council set about developing an online registration appointment booking system for births and deaths they had their work cut out for them. Not only did the busy service need to work flawlessly from the start, pressure was on the development team to enact lessons already learnt in previous Agile development projects.
According to Gavin Beckett, Chief Enterprise Architect at Bristol City Council: “For this project it was important that we were building on what we had learned in prior projects. It was an opportunity to focus on a more Agile approach.”
Just two months ago Bristol City Council went live with a flawless front end system. What were the secrets of the team’s success?
In this whitepaper the experts from Bristol City Council, PFI Knowledge Solutions and Liferay share their words of wisdom.
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