Strategy sessions

Improve the efficiency and effectiveness of your software development efforts with our expert guidance from creating an MVP Backlog to building your Software Factory. Learn how to define your goals, assess your tool set, and prioritize valuable features for a successful project.


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Setting up your software factory

Our team has the expertise and experience to help your organization develop a comprehensive business strategy for building a software factory. We will work with you to understand your goals and objectives, assess your current processes and resources, and determine the optimal architecture and structure for your software factory. We will then help you create a roadmap outlining the steps and timeline for implementation, and provide guidance and support throughout the process. By following this structured approach, we can help you set up your software factory for success and drive long-term value for your business.

Roadmap / Story mapping

Build a summary of representative
user interactions with your product

Roadmap/Story mapping is a tool that can be used to create a visual representation of the user journey. By creating a story map, you can see the big picture of how your product works and identify areas where improvements can be made. Additionally, story mapping can help to avoid backlog grooming by making it easier to prioritize tasks. Finally, better communication between team members is another advantage of using story maps.

Focus on the functionality that is necessary
to deliver good service to the user

MVP Backlog

An MVP Backlog is a critical tool for any software development project, as it helps you focus on the most valuable and essential features of your product. But it’s important to remember that an MVP Backlog is not the same as a prototype or beta version. It should be a complete product on its own, with only the bare minimum necessary features to achieve its goal. When creating your MVP Backlog, make sure to focus on what is most valuable to your users and prioritize those features. And don’t forget that an MVP Backlog is just the first working version of your product, with room for improvement down the road. By following these guidelines, you can ensure that your MVP Backlog is a valuable asset for your project.

let us help building your Strategy

Whether your team is blocked or whether you want to improve  your software
development process, we can help!

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