Agile refers to a group of software development methodologies based on iterative development where the requirements and decisions are evolved due to interaction between self-organized cross-functional teams.
Agile methods usually contribute to the orderly process of project management that often predicts checks and adaptation, teamwork, self-organization and reporting. It is the set of innovative projecting methods intended for the fast release of high-quality software and business approach that connects product development to customer needs and company goals. Agile development refers to any processes of development that agree with the Agile Manifesto Concept. The Manifest was designed by a group of fourteen leading figures in the software industry and displays their experience in what approaches promote quality in software development.
This methodology protects from the risks of spending months or years on the process that might fail due to a small error at an early stage. Instead of this, it is predicted that team employees work directly with customers to understand goals and offer solutions quickly and optimally.