Organizations are carving out more value and creating a better customer experience by eliminating waste. I am convinced the same is happening in the software services industry through adoption of lean practices, rapid prototyping, and agile. The article compares business value delivered through use of different software development workflows.
An article about the tools and processes Devbridge has developed to facilitate rapid prototyping in an evolving software space and how they address common pitfalls in enterprise software design.
Half a year in the making and coincidentally launching at the same time as our new website, the move to a 13,000 square foot space in the trendy River North neighborhood marks a milestone in our commitment to sustainable growth and providing exceptional benefits to the team.
It took us seven years to mature our core company values. This blog posts is a recap of our history and process taken to define the cornerstones of our culture and beliefs.
It is not a secret that we're a global company with three offices across Chicago and Lithuania. What can you expect from working with an international company? Is it all cost savings and funny accents, or are there other benefits from a multi-faceted Product Team that supports you across multiple timezones?
In this three-part article, I share tips and tricks that enable companies to successfully adopt Agile for fixed bid projects. While limiting, fixed bid projects are often gatekeepers to long-lasting relationships with exciting clients, as well as opportunities in disguise for larger process shifts in organizations.
We believe that missed deadlines, tripled budgets, and unresponsive teams should not plague the software industry. In fact, we practice complete operational transparency with our clients. We build long term partnerships based on trust, responsiveness, and accountability. I’m thrilled to present the new Devbridge Group PowerUp App for iOS – an interactive project management platform you can use in the office, or on the beach.
Software companies must share their workflow with clients and competitors alike. Why would I share my secret sauce that makes everything taste just right, you ask? Because it helps define the value of the service we sell and sheds some light on differences between a $500 website and a custom-built solution.
This post is dedicated to my fellow web designers and developers to share our experience of knowledge exchange between the developer and the client. Our field combines business development, graphic design, technology, and user experience design - a basketful of very different areas of expertise. When dealing with clients one does face a challenge of clearly and effectively communicating the goals and results of work performed in the mentioned areas.
There are more than 350,000 applications in the Apple App Store and you’re starting to get that tingling sensation that you may be the last person to join the party.