What is a Requirements Engineer?

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What is a Requirements Engineer?

You may have heard this story before: A business stakeholder has a new project for the website or software application. The business stakeholder writes up a brief, detailing their experiences for the project and promptly delivers these to the developer.

The developer reads through the brief and immediately starts work, not bothering to ask questions about the assumptions they are making nor the assumptions implied by the brief.

What is a Solutions Architect?

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What is a Solutions Architect?

The standards for a robust digital experience have accelerated in recent years. Today’s digital consumers demand more from a brand’s website. They need an aesthetic appeal, but more importantly, they want to easily and quickly navigate a business’s website, along the way discovering the information or value they need to make purchasing decisions.  

What You Lose When Data Collection Is An Afterthought

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What You Lose When Data Collection Is An Afterthought

Once looked at as optional, gathering, mining, manipulating, and understanding data is a staple for nearly every marketing team. As marketers move into additional marketing channels, juggling multiple data sources makes it more challenging and exasperating to understand the value of each different channel’s contribution to their marketing activities.

Drive Value to Your Projects with Agile Discovery

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Drive Value to Your Projects with Agile Discovery

Frustrated with scope creep, mutating specifications, and hidden dependencies on projects with poor foundations, we standardized our Agile Requirements Engineering process to maximize ROI for our clients and focus on building a shared understanding and vision for a product’s roadmap.

We call this process Value-Driven Development, as it focuses on delivering business value and not just functionality.

Visualizing Your Personal Growth: Life Story Mapping

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Visualizing Your Personal Growth: Life Story Mapping

Planning for a new year, new you and feeling lost with too many options? You’re not alone.

With so many options on how to redefine yourself each year, the plenitude of FOMO-driven inspiration from social media, and quite simply too little time to live out every possibility—it’s easy to get lost and overwhelmed before the next year even starts.