ACCELERATE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
GET TO THE FINISH LINE FASTER WITH AGILE+
We developed a proprietary process that precedes software development called the BOSS, a key ingredient in Agile+. The Business Objective System Supplement is a front-end process that creates a marriage between technical requirements and business goals which ensures you get the right technology, fast.
The BOSS is like a painter gathering the right tools and spending time prepping the room before painting, it goes quick with fewer mistakes.
A central piece of Agile+ development, the BOSS process will greatly reduce your risk in technology development by taking out the guesswork and giving you a chance to work with Genova before signing a contract.
How Does the BOSS Process Work?
Define Business goals
Our project managers will collaborate with you to define your business goals, then translate the business requirements into technical requirements.
provide detailed proposal
After the business and technical requirements are known, Genova will provide a well-defined and detailed proposal before any work begins.
Our proposals are provided contract-free, if you choose to proceed with Genova, we will begin software development.
A UNIQUE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS
BASED ON BUSINESS GOALS, AGILITY, AND EFFICIENCY
After completing the BOSS, software development begins which employs Agile methodology. The effects of the BOSS trickles down throughout the lifetime of the project and enables a quicker delivery with fewer mistakes than traditional Agile development.
Understanding of business goals and value enhancements for the final product
Developing strategies to deliver on time, on budget, and meet business requirements
Seeking client collaboration and satisfaction throughout the entire development process
Delivering progress continuously to ensure you get the product you need
WHAT TO EXPECT WITH AGILE+
- An extremely adaptable system that allows for scope changes throughout the lifecycle
- Frequent delivery of working software
- Continual collaboration between project managers and business stakeholders
- Regular process calibrations to become more effective