Customer Profile

Founded in 1998, Meditab is a leading provider of software in the healthcare industry. Meditab has a simple mission: To create the most advanced, intuitive technology solutions that enable healthcare providers to give their patients better care—the care they deserve. Meditab strives to maximize productivity and aims to remain a leader in healthcare delivery solutions.

Vimal Shah, Product Manager, spared his time with us to highlight the problems and their resolution using the Quickscrum tool.

Please explain the hurdles encountered in your product delivery.

Meditab remains current with the advancing and emerging methods of healthcare delivery through forward thinking, innovative collaborations, exceptional services, and best-in-class-technology.

Some of the major challenges faced by us were:

  • Planning according to the scrum model
  • Quick sprints and deliverables instead of a long waterfall cycle
  • Transparent project tracking
  • Efficient Task distribution amongst a large team

What led you to QuickScrum?

The Meditab team is aware of Agile methodologies and the Scrum framework. So we did not need any Scrum training or coaching. We wanted a Scrum tool that was easy-to-use and brought transparency in terms of development and project tracking. Quickscrum is the right decision as it adheres to all our needs.

How did QuickScrum solve your problems?

Meditab has internal tools that take care of non-scrum projects, but the current project was aiming to transfer to the scrum model. Prior to Quickscrum, the product team was using an internal tool that did not align perfectly with the scrum methodology.

The concerned products, after adapting to Quickscrum, are able to collaborate, and project execution has been streamlined. The features that have helped us in our operations are:

Product backlog:

Helps us to prepare a prioritized list of work for the development team that is derived from the road map and its requirements. Good product backlogs share similar characteristics: Detailed appropriately, Emergent, Estimated, and Prioritized.

Sprint Planning:

Helps us establish goals for the sprint and choose the user stories that support those goals. Break user stories into specific development tasks. Create a sprint backlog that the team commits to delivering.

Release Planning:

Resolve discrepancies between the product road map with a team commitment on what they can deliver in a release. Extend visibility past a single sprint so executives can make informed budget and schedule decisions.

What are the benefits of QuickScrum?

Meditab’s new product team has 40 employees. Meditab empowers providers with innovative healthcare solutions. Meditab is a leading software solutions company that has been continuously changing the landscape of healthcare delivery through forward thinking, innovative collaborations, exceptional service, and best-in-class technology. At Meditab, we provide state-of-the-art software solutions and 24/6 service to our valued clients, assisting them in running a more efficient and economical healthcare business.

The Meditab team knew that Agile was the solution to their problems, and they solved them by using Quickscrum. The solutions delivered by Meditab became more transparent to the clients. The feedback from the customers’ further speeds up the deliverables.

I feel the decision to implement Quickscrum was made in the following terms:

  • Client comfort increased
  • Product quality improved
  • Transparency in project status tracking
  • Team morale increased
  • Reduction in development costs