Agile Development is a software development methodology that is characterised by iterative and incremental development, and demonstrating significant productivity benefits such as faster time-to-markets for development and cost-savings for customers.
In order to encourage adoption of agile development, GovTech has developed the Agile Maturity Model (AMM) to help companies assess their level of maturity in agile methodologies. The Government will also be using the Agile Maturity Model (AMM) to gauge readiness and maturity of Agile service providers who work with them.
For more information about Agile Maturity Model (AMM), files are listed here for you to download:
For SMEs that are interested in building agile development capabilities within their organization, they can leverage on the Infocomm Productivity and Capability Services (iPCS) initiative.
To find out more about iPCS, click here.