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Plenty of software shops can build a product. But, are they building you the right product? Before jumping into Develop & Deliver, we’re focused on Define & Design.
- Larry Hack, CTO, CPAP.com
Software startups routinely live by the mantra of “fail fast.” They want to quickly validate an idea or a feature. But the enterprise has historically moved much slower with a less risky, "bolt on" approach, leveraging existing solutions rather than building its own. When it comes to building new products or features, it's hard to know where to start. The scale and process alone can be intimidating. And, an estimated $30 billion is wasted on building products that users don’t want or need. But,
I have been invited to present at the upcoming DevOpsDays Houston [https://www.umbrage.com/blog/come-see-umbrage-at-devopsdays-houston/] on Optimizing Time to First Deployment. [https://devopsdays.org/events/2021-houston/program/matthew-ostlind/] Creating scalable, efficient and effective processes are imperative to the start of a software development project. From the initial decisions around which frameworks to utilize to how to host and roll out a new product, every decision needs to be int
Everything you’ve worked toward is coming to fruition. The scope of work is signed and now it’s time for the real work to begin. While each product that your team develops is unique, not all work needs to be replicated. Major VARs and larger consultancies are focused on solutions-based selling. They have an off-the-shelf product that is then tailored to generally fit the needs of the customer. Smaller, boutique shops offer the value of being able to develop fully customized solutions but they l