Uniting and growing through adoption of agile design and development
During our engagement, we were faced with the question of how we could disturb the status quo and innovate in a company that has been operating the same way for 50 years.
Building an innovation firm
Our partnership has led our client to adopt a new approach to product strategy and development, create internal bridges between LOBs, and re-structure their IT department to adopt agile development practices. They are no longer afraid of the iterative approach agile offers – in fact, they are beginning to embrace it. We are starting to get open-ended briefs – they are asking us to help them to better define the problem and work together on the right approach to a product that will offer a solution. We are looking for simple experiences that real users can leverage to understand complicated government policies. With our partnership and their ability to embrace change and innovation, our client is set-up to blaze a new future in the industry.
We have built a strategic, trusting relationship with this client that has formed into a valuable partnership. With over 10 products prototyped in 2 years (both high a low-fidelity), and each of them in development for market release, we are part of the product development team used to generate innovative solutions.