Briebug: The Agile Experts

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Emily Meehan, Director of PMO
Operating in a truly agile environment is more than just standing up to the agile cadences. Agile enables the SDLC to be responsive to change, provide continuous feedback and cultivate a strong collaborative team dynamic. When agile is implemented as an organizational mindset, instead of being viewed as a process, organizations start seeing the magic of agile. Their environment has a vernacular between business and technical units, everyone is customer-centric, and there is an iterative approach using continuous feedback loops. When organizations stay focused on this agile mindset, they are able to quickly adapt to change and consistently deliver working software.

That’s where Briebug comes in.

Briebug Project Managers bridge the gap between business operations and development teams by translating the business needs into executable user stories that enable developers to perform at tremendous velocity and deliver superior solutions.

“At many enterprises, each of the core facets of a project manager are a separate role which leads to overlapping responsibilities including high overhead costs and a lack of a single project lead who understands where the ship is going and how to drive it,” says Emily Meehan, the Director of PMO at Briebug. “At Briebug, we offer full-stack project managers. This means that all of our project managers are trained to wear multiple hats and have in the past been in various of these individual roles.”

Each of Briebug’s project managers have gone through extensive leadership training focused on the three pillars of its full-stack project management offering (Business Analyst, Requirements Engineer, and Scrum Master) to ensure that each project is equipped to be successful regardless of which role they may need to play for any phase of an engagement.
Additionally, each member of Briebug’s full stack PMO comes from a system mindset and understands the intricacies of writing well-defined requirements. This gives developers a lens through the end user's perspective, as well as the non-functional requirements that an end user may not know they need that drive security, maintainability, scalability, and performance . This is a critical skill set for full-stack project managers because they are able to visualize the business needs while connecting the technical intricacies of building a long-term solution.

“In today’s marketplace, it becomes increasingly harder for IT executives to get their projects funded. When companies partner with Briebug, we are able to fill multiple roles in one full-stack resource and drive clients toward success,” states Meehan.

Briebug’s dedication to clients’ success and the ability to holistically solve their problems have earned the company glowing feedback from clients. For instance, while describing the impact of their partnership with Briebug, Andy Ashbaugh, CTO at Lanter Delivery Systems says, “Briebug has been a versatile partner with quality resources for us. They have suggested and helped to implement best practices around requirement gathering and architecture.”


In today’s marketplace, it becomes increasingly harder for IT executives to get their projects funded. When companies partner with Briebug, we are able to fill multiple roles in one full-stack resource and drive clients toward success


Briebug will continue to expand the team with the most proven Project Managers in the marketplace, stay fully up to date on modern Agile best practices, and deliver advanced reporting to drive predictable outcomes for its clients.

Company
Briebug

Headquarters
Denver, Colorado

Management
Emily Meehan, Director of PMO

Description
Briebug brings US-based enterprise-proven IT resources that possess the rare combination of critical strategic application planning, best practice software implementation, and the developer enablement expertise required to consistently achieve your development goals

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