We recognise that our clients have an intimate understanding of their own concepts, businesses and challenges. We complement their insights by offering them access to some of the best software and database architecture, engineering, design, quality assurance, and project delivery expertise.
The rise of cloud and mobile computing means companies must rethink every aspect of their business before fast-moving competitors do it for them. Our engineers work alongside focused product strategists and experienced designers to transform complex business problems into elegant, scalable solutions.
From government, to corporate, to start-up, our engagement framework is flexible enough to accommodate the most complex of projects through to niche pilot and proof of concept (“POC”) projects.
How we work:
Understanding your product and strategy
Building the right thing is the most important thing. At the start of every project, we immerse ourselves in our client’s business or product concept, absorbing the fundamental factors behind the product vision through:
- Analysis - Visioning, users/roles, challenges, goals, success markers;
- Validation - User interviews, risk assessment, prototyping, constraints;
- Consensus - User flows, road mapping, tech stack blueprint, design principles;
- Planning - Scoping, milestones, and resourcing.
This process defines the best path to translating your business goals into working software that stakeholders and users alike will love.
Great software is easy to use and good to look at and our UI/UX team never misses the mark. Wire frames, mock-ups from our UI/UX experts and clickable prototypes will show the first glimpses of the final product and provide a highly visual foundation to further scrutinise and consider customer usability, flows, and project risks.
You may have a detailed scope and design, or an idea and concept. Either way, we can be trusted to take that project all the way to the finish line.
Engineering and implementation
Our engineering teams have built a lot of software. We follow an Agile/SCRUM format, building and deploying working software in one or two-week sprints.
A critical part of regular sprint planning is prioritising new feature requests. We ask questions, challenge assumptions and encourage prioritisation based on factors such as value to the business, user needs, cost of implementation and timeline/resource constraints.
We go through this prioritisation exercise a lot because building a great product is an ongoing, dynamic experience and we’re not afraid of changing requirements or including new ideas.
We know that with a great framework for prioritisation, we’ll ultimately build a successful product, and we always build for efficiency, scale, performance, and impact.
Our work is managed and built in-house in our Perth and Jakarta offices by our team of engineers. Our product is engineering, and so an inherent requirement for our operations is that we find, hire, and foster the best engineers, in-house, always.
Having gained a deep understanding, across industries, business models, and company stage, we can identify the commonalities and unique challenges of each project.
This insight allows us to shorten development cycles by leveraging proven, existing solutions to solved problems, and focus our efforts on the key differentiators of your product.
Product managers lead our engagement. Platform architects define the technology. Engineers implement software early and often, constantly refining. Great product design and meticulous attention to detail drives everything we do.