Custom software enables the enterprise to innovate. Our cross-functional practice of product managers, UX designers, engineers, devops, and QAs accelerates software to market for our clients that are frustrated with mediocrity and value results over activity.
Dedicated product teams
We partnered with a Chicago software company kCura to augment their development and currently provide team augmentation services for the Relativity product. Our cross-functional teams have their own product managers, UX, engineering and QA expertise and follow the cadence of kCura’s delivery.
Rapid prototyping and concept validation
We use lean requirements to capture business needs and iterate over an interactive prototype. The prototype is further validated with stakeholders, users, and customers to further advance alignment, measure value and define roadmap. Rapid prototyping is extremely useful to kickstart new strategic initiatives when detailed documentation simply does not cut it.
High-volume, complex product configurations, integration heavy - these are ideal traits of projects for our cross-functional product team. We partnered with Monotype, the largest typography studio in the world, to build fonts.com - the largest online eCommerce engine for typography.
SaaS product architecture
From microservices, to role management, web applications, and mobile end-points - we architect, design, and develop custom software products. With Zest Health, we helped a funded startup in the healthcare space go to market in under six months. Zest Health, based in Chicago, recently closed their series A funding for 6 million dollars.
We are a technology agnostic company and select the tools that fit the challenge at hand. Learn more about our in-depth R&D on our insights page.
As an organization, and the process we use. Lean requirements is an innovative, iterative approach for engaging stakeholders and collecting requirements. At a fraction of the time.
The only way to successfully design and build complex applications. An iterative approach that enables stakeholders and customers to interact with what is being built. Every two weeks.
Two parallel tracks throughout the project. First track - discovery and design. Second track - implementation. Concurrently helping the team deliver exactly what the customer needs.