We build business intelligence solutions end-to-end. We know how to start, how to perform and how to make it done. Excellent project and product management is the corner stone of your and our success.
We never do half the work. We are skilled at starting your project, evaluating skills and capabilities, moving it forward and seeing it through to completion. Transparency is absolute, so you never need worry.
We are more than able to move your project from the beginning to end.
Product management is not about backlog maintenance. It’s about building the right product the right way. This is the ultimate recipe for bringing you joy and success.
We focus on delivering maximum value, while making the solution as simple as possible (but never simpler).
An Agile approach is the only way to survive in today’s ever-changing world. We have been practicing various agile techniques, with leading frameworks like Scrum, for many years already.
Naturally we share our know-how with our customers and their teams. Agile development done well, bringing yet unseen business agility, is very addictive to a whole enterprise. Once tried, it can never be abandoned.
You can hardly be efficient, agile and competitive enough without automation. Automation of development and operation processes is a must today.
Team Foundation Server, Visual Studio, BIML and other components of Microsoft Continuous Delivery stack make it rather simple and straightforward.
Again, last but not least. The operation period of your solution is the most important. Actually this is the only “real” usage period.
We respect this during the entire process of your solution design & construction, so that DevOps actually means something.
You can know all the technology stuff. You might have Scrum Master, Product Owner etc. certifications. You can know all the politics. You may have 20 years of experience. But if you don't know how to lead people, how to assemble a team, able to deal with both technology and customer challenges, you may never come to valuable results efficiently. It's a tough game, but continuous learning and personal growth lead us through.