Solve complex business issues with Agile

In-a-Day training and consultancy to help you kick-start your Agile adoption

Working with organisations who know the difficulty of developing, maintaining and implementing IT – and are looking for better, more agile, ways to deliver – we assist in Agile adoption.

Re-solve complex business issues and make your customers happy again

Don’t let legacy apps and waterfall processes hold you back

People thrive when they are happy and healthy at work. With teams that communicate effectively, customers who feel important, raised levels of respect and trust amongst co-workers, teams are able to deliver high quality results.

Ready to find out more about Agile Process Improvement?

Large or small, Agile works for all

  • BT
  • Randstad
  • Transport for London
  • Parker
  • ARM logo
  • Bucks County Council
  • Cisco-logo
  • Learning Tree logo
  • amadeus

Storm’s Agile Consultants have participated in some of the largest and most high profile projects undertaken over the last decade. From developing the Contactless card smart billing system for Transport for London, to advising on a SharePoint project for the United Nations, to coaching at ARM; Storm is continually asked to provide guidance and insight.

To learn about Storm’s Agile approach to improving people and processes, simply contact us now.

In-a-Day Training

Choose from a wide-range of courses including BPI, Agile, Software Development & Business Analysis


Agile Process Improvement

Our proven approach blends coaching, training and consulting and harnesses the power of five key competencies: Strategy; Process improvement; Management; Application lifecycle; and Agile.

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We help you achieve astonishing results, delivering value right from the start. Want to know how?

Agile Coaching for Managers

Do you have ambitions for your team?
We can help you achieve them.


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