Customer satisfaction is our number one priority. We work with you to determine the appropriate size team, skills and communication strategy that best fits your needs.

A key principle in agile methodology is continuous delivery. We believe releasing code frequently in smaller increments produces an overall better product. Along with giving you more control over your finished product.

We believe good communication is the foundation of any client relationship. That’s why we encourage our teams to participate in daily stand-ups. Quick meetings designed to eliminate roadblocks and set clear priorities.

Our goal is to provide you with high quality engineers. Our development engineers are highly skilled and trained in the latest web application development technology.

At regular intervals, the team reflects on how to become more effective. We use that knowledge to tune and adjusts accordingly to provide our clients with the most efficient process.

Employee turnover results in project delays, communication breakdown and client frustration. We focus on retaining our development engineers as well as attracting top talent with flexible hours, pleasant work environment and excellent company culture.


Along with our focus of providing you with high quality engineering we also aim to use the latest technologies and methodologies. That’s why our teams are all trained in agile development.

“Agile” or “Agile Software Development” isn’t a single method. It”s an umbrella term covering just a collection of “values” that you might choose to hold. We encourage our clients to work with us to customize your agile values to fit your teams needs.

These lists summarize all Agile best practices we use regularly at Excel SoftSources to provide you with high quality engineering.


  • Product Vision / Vision Statement
  • Product Backlog
  • User Stories
  • Personas


  • Architectural Spikes
  • Domain Driven Design
  • CRC Cards
  • Design by Contract
  • System Metaphor


  • Unit Testing
  • Integration Testing
  • System Testing
  • Test Automation
  • Acceptance Testing


  • Fixed Sprints
  • Release & Spring Planning
  • Daily Stand-up Meeting / Daily Scrum
  • Velocity Planning
  • Burn Down Charts
  • Retrospective / Reflection Workshop


  • Small Team
  • Cross-Functional Team
  • Scrum Team
  • Common Workspace
  • Sustainable Pace


  • Test Driven Development
  • Pair-Programming
  • Automated Builds
  • Continuous Delivery
  • Code Reviews / Peer Reviews
  • Source Control / Version Control