Expand your business
Design your business expansion with a solid tech support
Effective and plausible change management to reach your goals
We start the process of a product or service expansion by establishing your previous step outputs and defining both conceptual and logical solution documents. It gives us a clear picture of your company’s actual state and capabilities – and that’s a reliable starting point for further work.
Clients who expanded their businesses with our help
First things first: is this the right time to expand?
Before you decide on expanding your business, be sure that it’s on the right path to grow. Start with a data-driven analysis of the following:
The demand for your products or services
Steadiness of your profits
Consistent control over your costs
Available resources (finances, staff, material)
Possible external investors
If you’re able to make the analysis within your company’s competencies – that’s great. If not, we’ll gladly help.
The actual benefits of business expansion
Attracting new customers
Gaining competitive edge
Multiple revenue streams
Having a new team onboard
Greater brand recognition
So, how do we make it happen?
Creating a Technical Design Document (TDD)
Application Impact List
Revised Risk & Mitigation Plan
Strategic Assessment & Business Architecture Consulting
Processing the information and paving the way for a successful business enhancement
At this stage, we will need to examine your business to acquire as much information as you can provide, either in the process of an interview or workshops with your team. At the same time our Business Consultant prepares an individual in-depth research.
What to expect
Charter Canvas Design
High Level Business Requirements
Complete Business Architecture Package
Complete Process Architecture Package
If you decide to move forward with your business expansion idea, this is the stage when your vision gets crystallized
At this point, we enunciate your project’s final business requirements, scope, KPIs, requested capabilities, and develop the As-Is and To-Be process maps. We use them to get to know your business process’ current state and be able to model an improved future one.
Conceptual Solution Architecture
The last step to finalizing your idea – substantive and technical support
As soon as the prioritization checkpoint is over, we’re ready to dig a little deeper and create a conceptual solution document which includes:
Proposed High level Conceptual Architecture
Risk & Mitigation plan
RFI – NDA: Learning more about our work assumptions and get a contract proposal
Business and technical analysis, audit, and workshops: Meeting our Business and Product Consultant to plan a successful development
Getting a go-ahead: Agreement processing instructions
Takeover & kickoff: Final analysis and planning
Execution: Project management, design, engineering, and QA
Tech operations and release management: Going live review