Introducing the Continual Development Service

By 16th November 2020 December 10th, 2020 No Comments

With cloud technology changing so rapidly traditional project methodologies just don’t work, that is why we introduced our Continual Development Service, this is a new way of working to help you continually deliver and iterate your technology in a more agile way – no more big waterfall projects. 

The continual development service is an ongoing commitment to enabling change and supporting users to help you get to value faster, working with you to: 

  • Change at the speed of the technology 
  • Access skills as needed 
  • Focus on value 

Adopting the basic principles of the framework this service focuses to help you: 

Validate – Collect and collate business requirements, then scope and prioritise delivery timeline to align with business value. 

Accelerate – Remove project ramp up and ramp down – one continual budget focused on outcomes means faster delivery, hitting more targets, more of the time. 

Leverage – Use the right skills at the right time without having to pay for highlight skilled staff you are not fully using. 

Upgrade Innovate with you to identify opportunities for automation and tool optimisation. 

Educate Support and govern with you, transferring knowledge to your teams, creating communities to support themselves, and move the enterprise forward. 

Add Casper365 for even more value.

The complementary service we have developed on office 365 automation platform and the tooling to enables you to; 

  • Migrate data from files shares, SharePoint on-premise, and other Online services into Office 365 
  • Create and deploy templates for consistent, accurate, and approved SharePoint Site Creation 
  • Delegate the deployment of SharePoint sites to approve teams 
  • Govern and Deploy complex SharePoint Online and Microsoft Teams solutions 

Contact us and share what you want to achieve, we can explain how the Continual Development Service can help with this and get you to value faster.

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Matt Carter

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