Reinventing work for the digital age
— It’s about time
Our vision is to reinvent work for the digital age
And create more time for everything that matters
Take a moment to look around your workplace. What’s happening?
Is everyone super busy? Rushing around? Taking endless work home?
But are they being their best? Do they love what they’re doing?
Is it purposeful and meaningful? Does it count? Does it matter?
No? Maybe? Then ask yourself: What are they really doing all day?
How often do they say ‘Sorry, too busy, don’t have time’
Especially when you need them to do something new and different?
The real question is actually why don’t they have time? Where’s it all going?
Pointless busywork? Meeting hell? Enterprise apps that suck? It’s usually most of these
Transformation is no longer just about productivity
Making people do more and more with less and less is old-school, industrial-age thinking
Besides, it’s really hard to get people excited by that
Instead, the primary goal must be to create more time
More time for what people do best
To imagine, invent, think, solve, innovate, design, teach, mentor and care
More time for customers, each other and for themselves
It starts with flipping the switch from time as a constraint to time as a resource
This means we have to do very different things than if we only target productivity
First, we free up your people’s time by getting rid of everything that doesn’t matter
Making time for everything that does
Then, we design new digital workspaces and enterprise applications that simply work
For your people, for your customers and for your business; now and into the future
Your people now have the time and capabilities to do the things that matter most
Can you imagine what that would be like?
What more could you and your people achieve?
There’s nothing you couldn’t do…
Real digital transformation
Successful digital transformation is more than just automating your manual processes with the latest bit of technology. Or replacing that old app with a new one that’s just the same old, same old
Digital transformation is an opportunity to rethink everything about how you run your business and how your people can be more agile, flexible, responsive, creative, and more relevant
If you’re going to invest in new IT, it needs to truly transform your business and give you a 2x, 10x, or better, return on investment. Otherwise, why would you do it?
Digital transformation is not just about the technology. It all starts by creating more time, not more productivity
CoreX: Visual requirements modelling and UI/UX design
There’s a serious problem with enterprise software projects
Their success rate is just 29%. Another 49% of projects are late, over budget and never quite work right. The remaining 22% are scrapped
Why? Software engineering is the only one of the five major engineering disciplines that does not have a universal method and blueprint
Would you ever commission a new building, or chemical plant, or engine, or electronic device without a visual blueprint? Never
In a nutshell, CoreX is to software engineering what architecture is to civil engineering
It’s a common language that creates a simple, shared understanding between business and technology
And it’s fast. In the first sprint or two, there’s a conceptual vision, just like an artist’s sketch for a new building that gets everyone on the same page
Once it’s validated, you can go to market and test both buy and build options – it’s your choice
You can count on it
It’s more than making promises and only delivering workshops, reports and time sheets
Our deliverable to you is a transformed business realising the performance changes we agreed to at the beginning
We give your team more time for everything that matters and make it stick
We work with you to figure out what needs to be different and what we both need to do to get there
And we tie our fees to achieving it
A new experience
There’s no running meter, no endless change requests and no overwhelming flood of consultants
Instead, you get fast results from a small, high impact team rolling up our sleeves and getting on with it
Is it time to do something extraordinary in your workplace?
Is it time do something extraordinary for your people?
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