In wartime, it’s called “commander’s intent”. It’s the high-level that guides every team member when the best laid plans go awry. Each project or software release has a clearly stated objective “on paper”. And every single team member has bought into the objective.
Rapid prototype apps. UX for a key sales sequence. An external data integration. What do they all have in common? Each one is a project building block and a key part of the “battle plan” or objective. They’re designed to be built separately and then merged. More teams working in parallel = faster deployment.
On many occasions, clients hire us as consultants to work through their challenges and then work out the terms of specific development deals, here are two quick and concrete ways to move forward:
A bootcamp for you and your company leadership to arrive at requirements and basic design work for your software project. One full-day onsite at your facility, with a total timeline of 2 weeks to completion.
An hour with AP Logic founders Jim Ratichek and Ken Vigil with the goal of gaining an overview of the project, asking questions about the current needs, and presenting you with possible roads to move forward.