Kyu Solutions

It's all about you

Kyu Solutions is built around values which, since its inception, continue to enrich its relationship with its customers, employees and partners. Respect, flexibility, rigor, method and human values are not tools of communication but structuring concepts that we implement and improve every day.

Our strength is our employees who carry the values of the Company. Listening, respect and trust are privileged in the working relationship with the main objective to guarantee the quality of the customer service.

Kyu's approach is certainly not dogmatic and does not impose a standardised solution, but favors answers that meet the specific needs of our interlocutors


Resolutely Composed


Our focus on innovation is permanent in our investment choices, both functional and technological, guided by the priority needs of users.

We integrate the best technology and research in our IT solutions.


Our approach is to deliver open and scalable solutions with lasting quality and guaranteeing freedom of choice for our customers.

Our guideline is to meet the user's needs int their business, by adapting us to each client specific requirements.

The stability of Kyu solutions is based on two pillars we reenforce every days

  • Developpment
  • Project Management
  • Java / JEE
  • Microsoft .NET
  • PHP
  • Html 5 / CSS 3 / Javascript
  • Microsoft Application Lifecycle Management
  • Mobile / Android / IOS
  • Agile methodology
  • ...

Kyu Solutions has strong skills and experience on the Object oriented languages, distributed architectures and more generally technologies related to Java /JEE, Microsoft .NET,

  • Our approach is to deliver open and scalable solutions with lasting quality and guaranteeing freedom of choice for our customers.
  • Our guideline is to meet the user's needs in their business, by adapting us to each client specific requirements.
Mobile development

One way to ensure that applications show optimum performance on a given device is to develop the application (app) natively on that device. This means that at a very low level, the code is written specifically for the processor in a particular device. When an app needs to run on multiple operating systems, however, there is little -- if any -- code that can be reused from the initial development. The application must essentially be rewritten for each specific device.

As part of the development process, mobile user interface (UI) design is also essential in the creation of mobile apps. Mobile UI considers constraints, contexts, screen, input, and mobility as outlines for design.

Object Programming languages: Java, PHP, C#

Agile development

Within the framework of your project, Kyu Solutions:

  • Build the project team and provide you with the required hardware solutions.
  • Ensure the project management via Scrum ans certified Scrum Masters,
  • Support your during the key stages: Product Backlog Definition, Item priorisation, Sprint management, retrospective)
  • Maintain the KPI to give you the required visibility on the estimated progress
  • Commit for each iteration on the items to be achieved according to your priorities and the real velocity of the team
  • Deliver, according to the dates shared, an application tested and usable
Project Management
Essentially, there are two approaches: traditional and agile.

Typically, traditional project management works for most construction projects, for example, where the whole project can be completed in one sequence, and the success is defined by completion of the deliverables in time and below budget. Agile project management is better suited to volatile and innovative projects, such as software development, where there are many risks, where the scope of the project is likely to change, and where an iterative methodology is needed so that risks are mitigated and opportunities fully exploited.

Traditional Project Management

Traditional project management is an established methodology for running projects in a sequential cycle: initiation, planning, executing, monitoring and controlling, and closing. For each of these five project steps, there are tools and techniques, such as the ones defined by the PMBOK®, the standard methodology for traditional project management. Traditional project management approaches include other methodologies, for example PRINCE2, adopted by the UK government organizations, but also by private organizations, such as Siemens.

Be Agile to Adapt to Changes

More and more projects have requirements that are subject to change as the project progresses, sometimes to keep up with the market conditions. In these cases, a traditional project management approach, in a single sequence of five processes, is not possible in order to take full advantage of the opportunities that may arise. Any projects associated with a high level of uncertainty (such as research and development, software development), or in highly volatile industries can benefit from an agile approach.

Progress in Iterations

An agile project progresses in several iterations. At the end of each iteration, the product is controlled, tested, presented to the customer and main stakeholders, and can be integrated into the final project deliverable, if accepted by the customer. In other words, at the end of each iteration, feedback from stakeholders is incorporated into the next step of the project. The project moves on as a new iteration is approved, and does so until the product is created or the budget is spent. In general, the use of agile practices, as opposed to traditional project management, results in higher productivity, higher quality, improved client satisfaction, and improved team satisfaction. There are many agile processes, and some of the most popular are extreme programming, Kanban and Scrum.

Scrum is a popular framework for agile software development. It is less specific than PRINCE2, for example, and how the project is organized and work completed depends on the project team. They are empowered and usually know how to self-organize and solve issues as they arise rather than rely on project manager’s directions and decisions. All agile project management processes, including Scrum, emphasize team work and close collaboration with the customer, welcome changes, benefit from changes. In contrast, traditional project management fears changes and views them as a source of negative risks.

Choose the Project Management Approach that Fits the Project

Both traditional and agile project management approaches can be adapted and even combined to fit the project, the team, and the organization.

The project management approach determines the responsibilities and accountability level of the project manager, the power of the project team, the involvement level of the customer in the development of the project deliverables, and, ultimately, the project’s success.

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