For machinery manufacturers, regularly delivering innovative products is a challenge. This article explores how digitizing the development workflow can radically improve internal efficiencies and accelerate innovation.
Crain's Chicago Business has named Devbridge Group to its 'Fast 50' list of fastest-growing companies in Chicago for the second straight year.
Devbridge Group announced today that it will open a new office in London next month, expanding its European operations into the U.K. Why London? An office in the U.K. allows us to better service our growing list of clients and fill the gap for digital product engineering and design in financial services, manufacturing and technology companies, particularly within the British and European markets.
Each summer, Devbridge Group sends its entire North American team to Lithuania to spend a week working alongside their Lithuanian colleagues. This culminates in a weekend known as Summer Camp, where we celebrate our accomplishments as a team. The trip is an investment in our culture. If people are our greatest asset, why not do everything to grow that asset?
As a child, you likely created things with LEGO® bricks - a spaceship designed to explore the unknown, a castle with secret passages or a race car to drive on endless roads. These creations were built in short time with just an idea, a medium (bricks) and creativity. So, why has it become so difficult to turn business ideas into reality?
Raising children while also working in the software development space, I have noticed parallels between the two seemingly different areas. These parallels start prior to launch/birth and continue through the various stages of maturity. Now that your product has launched, your baby born, what should you expect next? Following are a few key items to consider.
Regardless of the amount of time and money invested with a vendor to develop a product, if the performance to date has been poor, the path forward will likely continue to yield less than ideal results. Our latest post identifies five telling signs that you could be in trouble with your technology vendor.