You know what they say. Failing to plan is planning to fail.
That is why before we kick off the project we suggest spending ~ 3 days on a workshop. We talk about your product/project, the market and it’s specifics, the project scope, and the limitations. We get to know each other - all that to plan the work well.
Why workshops? AKA What’s in it for me?
Coming out with an idea of the product is easy. Shipping is hard. Let’s assume that what you want to develop is a bridge between you and your customers. You have the vision of how they will be using it. You see happy customers, you see your business growing. Everything looks perfect. But… is that all?
We know that the vision needs to meet reality.
We are here to help you assess how big is the gap between your customers and your idea. We are here to help you make sure the bridge we are building is made ofthe right materials. We need to prepare the right fundaments, prepare a step by step plan.
Finally, we need to make sure we are preparing you for what may happen in the future.
That means, that sometimes there is no need to start with huge, concrete, eight-band bridge. A simple one will be cheaper to build, will be “shipped” faster and will do the job equally well. But… If everything will work and your customer base will grow, you will need to scale - with the right approach at the start scaling will be easy. If not, you will face huge technical debt and legacy code challenges. In many cases you will have to rewrite everything from scratch - that means that you will have to spend a lot of money, and you will lose a lot of time on the way (instead of shipping new features you will be recreating what is already there - in a different, better way).
You know your product best, you know your business, you know the market, stakeholders, and business goals.
We are here to support you with our expertise to offer you the best technology stack and the best possible team you can get to make your plans come true. Within thescope and on time. With the vision of the end success, making sure you will succeed in the long run.