Your Chief Technology Officer is leading your company’s technology initiatives and development. They interact with the business to plan strategy roadmaps and turn them into development roadmaps. They then act as the product owner and manage the engineering departments, functioning as the responsible party for all of your organization’s technology efforts. If you want to […]Read More Ten Questions You Should Be Asking Your CTO
The 80/20 rule, also known as the principle of factor sparsity states that 80% of the events come from 20% of the reasons. In his book The 80/20 Sales and marketing, Perry Marshal demonstrates how 80% of your results come from 20% of your efforts. 80% of your sales come from 20% of your customers […]Read More Use the 80/20 principle to 10x your software’s profitability
Almost every business I know struggles with one major problem: How to build better products. Building products that fit your customers is a sure way of making your sales department’s life easier and increasing your revenue. Your sales and marking divisions don’t need to pull teeth to make a sale and customers actually buy a […]Read More How much do you really know about your customers?
In 2273, a Starfleet monitoring station, Epsilon Nine, detects an alien ship, hidden in a massive cloud of energy, moving through space towards Earth. At the center of the massive ship, V’Ger is revealed to be Voyager 6, a 20th-century Earth space probe believed lost. The damaged probe was found by an alien race of […]Read More Do You Have a V’Ger System Without a Creator?
We see this all the time at Inverted Software. A potential customer is sitting at the other side of the desk and is struggling to explain what they want to build. They have a vision, or even a prototype, and need to make the next step of making it a commercial product. A feature try […]Read More Need Better Requirements Gathering? Try a Feature Tree!