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First Case
provides intelligence on IT and telecommunications security threats to major corporations and governments on a global basis.
Dramatically increased sales and pipeline due to improved feature set, packaging, and positioning.
Second Case
Retooled the complete product lifecycle from product management through deployment to enable scaling and drive growth.
Fourth Case
Strategic advisory services that helped build the global leader in Information Lifecycle Management software. Sold to IBM.
Six Case
Working with multiple manufacturers, created circuit board designs and software that radically improves motion control and performance for 3D Printers and laser cutters.

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Our clients present us with some of the most difficult technology, product, and strategy related challenges imaginable. We provide the leadership, experience, processes, technical know-how, and focus on business value necessary to deliver products and technology that succeed in the marketplace for the long-term.
Our services span the entire business-to-technology lifecycle and include Business and Technology Strategy, Virtual CTO, Product Management, Continuous Delivery, Modernization, Software Development, and Hardware Development.
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Our Approach is to embrace your desired business outcomes and then work together with you and your team to identify and quantify the challenges and gaps that impact your ability to deliver. We then work aggressively with your team to address those gaps. What we love most is putting in place the people, processes, products, & platforms that enable your company to exceed the expectations of your customers and stakeholders.
Our Mission is to make your team stronger and self sufficient, your technology a driver for business value and competitive advantage, and your processes sustainable and adaptive. Our number one measure of success is t
Jay Gelman

Making Command Query Responsibility Separation, RDBMS, and SOLR Work

by Jay Gelman

Command Query Responsibility Separation (CQRS) is a mechanism by which the Query object model that a client uses for retrieving information is different from the Command object model that a client uses to modify the information. Benefits of using CQRS include: Distinct object models for Commands and Queries may make a complicated system easier to […]

02 Feb, 2016 0 comments 39 Views
Peter S. Buchanan

The Five Rules of the Start-Up Company Prenup

by Peter S. Buchanan

When small teams of two or three start a company, optimism generally reigns.  After all, you’ve got a really great product idea, you really know the target market, and at least one of you really knows how to sell. Plus, all of you worked together before at a successful large company.  I mean – what […]

26 Jan, 2016 0 comments 98 Views
Bill Lenoir

Success Criteria

by Bill Lenoir

If product development is the exercise of coaxing behavior from your stakeholders that helps your organization to achieve its goals, then success criteria are the yardsticks you use to judge how well you’re doing. Without understanding what success looks like, how can you know if you’ve achieved your goals? Success criteria are a set of objective […]

08 Dec, 2015 0 comments 143 Views
Peter S. Buchanan

Your Financial Model Matters – Today and Tomorrow

by Peter S. Buchanan

Most entrepreneurs pay very close attention to current cash flow; fewer have a deep understanding of the current and future financial model for their business.  By building a forecast model, you can gain early and lasting insight into how your business really works – both today and for tomorrow. Many entrepreneurs can tell a story […]

05 Nov, 2015 0 comments 113 Views
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