Our Guilds


A company that's able to deliver the right thing by learning, unlearning, relearning while making decisions at the speed of the market, wins.

The Agility Guild seeks to inspire and advise the enterprise to new heights of thinking, behaving, and decision-making. We foster alignment from individual team members to companies’ top-line objectives.


We’re helping one of the world’s largest healthcare payors create a more patient-friendly and human experience for over 18 years.


What they do with their documentation is mind-blowing to me. I can't compliment them enough for their professionalisim, but for how great they treat us as customers.

- Scott Kiewitt, Vice President

Our Tech Stack

Our Agile Thinkers are experts in the design frameworks that ensure maximum user engagement and customer acquisition

Meet Our Team

Quincy D. Jordan
VP, Guild Head | Agility
Dan Neumann
Guild Practice Lead | Transformation & Coaching, US
Jorge Avila Romero
Guild Practice Lead | IT Project Management, MX & CR
Mariano Oliveti
Guild Practice Lead | Transformation & Coaching and Agile Delivery Management, South America

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Agility Insights


10 Things a Java Developer Should Learn These Days
We are halfway into the year and, looking back at what the last 2 years of the COVID-19 pandemic left us, we can say that the advancements on technology and all the different languages, frameworks and development tools have not disappointed us and even in many cases have overtaken us. It doesn’t seem that long since Java 8 was released more than 8 years ago and, although it is true that today the latest version is Java 18, we must remember that there are still many companies stuck with Java 8 and even a few with Java 1.4 a 1.6 and a few other legacy frameworks.Because of this great advance in programming languages and frameworks in recent years, many programmers could feel overwhelmed due to the large number of updates that we are exposed to in our industry. However, we have begun to see very marked patterns in different industries, and we believe it is important to mention what are the 10 things that every Java programmer should learn.

6 min read

August 25, 2022


Managed Services
Nowadays, Information Technology (IT) has become, along with people, the spine of the operations of almost every organization. No matter the business you are running, technology is now what supports the entire company operation.When technology started being an important component of organizations, it was somehow limited to some computers running accounting software and any other tool specific to the business. Companies used to hire “IT guys” with enough knowledge to fix PC issues and skills to learn about a couple of applications to assist the end users whenever necessary. The IT department was, in many cases, a small team of two or three guys who used to report to the general manager or any other manager who could or not have IT knowledge.

7 min read

August 16, 2022


Succeeding at Cost Takeout – Improving Cost Management Strategy
The cost takeout is a strategic initiative that can help your company become more efficient. The goal of the initiative is to determine ways to reduce expenses without sacrificing quality, speed or customer satisfaction. A successful cost takeout requires an accurate understanding of where costs arise in your business process and how those costs can be reduced through new technologies. In this guide, we’ll look at some of the most common drivers of costs in IT departments and explain how you can identify them within your own organization’s processes.Cost drivers are the factors that cause your costs to increase. They’re different for every business, but you can identify them by asking yourself: “What makes my costs go up?”

10 min read

February 7, 2023

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We offer expert technologists and software development teams, proven frameworks and Agile best practices.

Being a Continuous Learner

In the Agility Guild we hold a high esteem for continuous learning. It is through broading and deepening our toolbelt of approaches, techniques, and industry trends that we are able to foster innovative thinking with our clients. We do this through many means, but our weekly Practice meetings is a platform we use for such purposes.

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Demonstrating Agile Excellence

As expert problem solvers through both adaptive approaches and traditional means, we model the behaviors we want to instill and encourage. Join us as we take opportunities through trainings we deliver, learnings we share and techniques on which we collaborate. We work at being the example for AT teams. Demonstrating agile success is key element of how we model the very thing we advocate for with our clients.

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Why Does Agility Matter?

Agility is the single thread that connects what and how we deliver value to our customers. As a member of the Agility Guild you will be part of an elite team of consultants who are learners, doers and demonstrators. We advocate for a learning culture through experimentation, mentoring, collaboration, and coaching. Putting our customers problems out front is matched with our tenacity to support one another as strategic problem solvers. We look forward and welcome each team member.

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