You know you need IT in order for your business to be at its best, but for a non-technical person who has many other things to do, it can be a straight up headache. We are here to help. We try our best to understand your business, and propose the solutions that best fit your needs, even it's provided by another vender (NOT us).
Build the right thing. Research suggests about 50% of all IT projects ended with building the wrong things, even though they were built correctly. The active engagement of a user representative and/or product owner, the early feedback, and the flexibility to change when change is needed, resulting in much better customer satisfaction.
In today's hypercompetitive and fast-paced world, you are under constant pressure to deliver new products faster. However, your biggest obstacle is often fragmented product development processes. With agile development practices, you can significantly reduce the TTM.
The clear visibility in agile development helps to ensure that any necessary decisions can be taken at the earliest possible opportunity, while there’s still time to make a material difference to the outcome.
A key principle of agile development is that testing is integrated throughout the lifecycle, enabling regular inspection of the working product as it develops. This allows the product owner to make adjustments if necessary and gives the product team early sight of any quality issues.
It works well with Agile. Don't let your Ops guys stop your agile cycle. Your awesome new features do not yield any value until they are delivered to users. DevOps enables more deploys on daily basis.
You don’t have to choose stability versus new features. The combination of a shared code base, continuous integration, test-driven techniques and automated deploys expose problems earlier. That means the problems are going to be smaller and less complicated.
Free up your IT team. They can do much more than you think.
In addition to the soft costs (time, reputation, etc.), there are also hard costs that come with being unable to reliably transfer files between employees, partners and customers, including missed SLA penalties, lost business opportunities and impact on supply chain.
Implementation that enables HA/DR may also provide the means to scale horizontally and increase performance by adding application nodes to a Web Farm.
There are many reasons why cloud is cheaper: the most obvious of them is that the large cloud providers are able to benefit from huge economies from scale and thus be able to offer more computing power at a lower cost.
The second a company needs more bandwidth than usual, a cloud-based service can instantly meet the demand because of the vast capacity of the service’s remote servers. It's the ability to quickly meet business demands.
Many people are not levaraging the full power of the cloud. There are so many vendors and so many services available.
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