When developing a product, it’s important to build things the right way—high-quality code that’s tightly aligned to requirements. But even perfectly built software is worthless if it has no value to the end user. That’s where results-driven development comes in. We explore how to build products the right way, while making sure we're building the right products.
Bill CroninDirector, Products
Six speeding tickets before his 18th birthday quashed Bill’s dreams of becoming a race-car driver, but his need for speed never diminished. At 14 he became the youngest Boy Scout in America, at the time, to receive the coveted Eagle Scout Award.
These days Bill takes the Boy Scout motto, “Be prepared”, seriously in his role of PMO Director. His preparedness allows him to respond to our clients in a ninja-quick fashion and still leaves him time to peruse Reddit, his non-guilty, guilty pleasure.
“Be the change that you wish to see in the world”Mahatma Gandhi
Defining software requirements can be messy. The traditional process is bloated and overweight. It’s time to lose that weight and get your requirements lean.
We work with our clients to define product requirements in the form of “user stories.” These user stories make up a greater “sprint,” and help keep a product on track.