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White Papers 2016-12-14T16:14:58+00:00

Product-Focused Agility in a FDA Regulated Environment

By | January 26, 2017|

A Must to Stay Competitive in the Digital Space Technology has become increasingly important in the way we work and interact. As people rely on technology in their daily lives, they develop higher expectations for functionality, usability, and performance. The life sciences industry is no different—technology is at the

Reach Your Goals Faster with G Suite

By | January 19, 2017|

If you could eliminate some of the time consuming tasks from your work day, how would you more beneficially spend the extra time? Free up precious time with G Suite so you can collaborate, innovate, and produce meaningful work.

6 Analysis Tools for Optimizing Your Feature Portfolio

By | May 2, 2016|

In our previous article, “Roadmapping for Success, A Product-Based Approach to Life Science Software,” we promised to discuss some of the analysis tools in more detail, and how to pick the right set of tools to optimize your feature portfolio. There are more tools to review than the length of

Shadow IT Part 3 – Making the Digital Transformation

By | May 1, 2016|

Recap of Parts 1 and 2 Our first post in this Shadow IT series pointed out that in today’s environment, as technology becomes more sophisticated, more analytical, and more social, the skills required for success are changing more dramatically than ever. We argued that the very nature of the work

Shadow IT Part 2: The Coming [Digital Productization] Wave

By | January 25, 2016|

Recap of Shadow IT Part 1 Our first post on this topic pointed out that in today’s environment, as technology becomes more sophisticated, more analytical, and more social, the skills required for success are changing more dramatically than ever. We argued that the very nature of the work we do

DevOps: Beyond the Buzzword Part II

By | October 21, 2015|

In part one of this article, we discussed the history leading up to the Agile movement and its implications for software development. This new way of doing things - in short sprints and in constant dialogue with the business stakeholders - was a watershed moment. But technology continued to move forward