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    • Successful Software Development Outsourcing
      January 2010
    • Case: Metaconomy
      Metaconomy shifts the paradigm in order-to-cash business processes by re-pivoting the value of the data you already own. The simple and intuitive Web 2.0 interface solves complex issues related to sales reporting, revenue assurance and compliance. Metaconomy delivers automation and integration to a wide range of legacy and web-based systems to bring a whole new level of awesome value to the channel sales business.
      Founded summer 2009
      Product Strategy
      Product Management in DK
      Outsourcing Software development
      Goal
      Accelerate a MMF Release of their new product
      Avoid all the common mistakes with outsourcing
    • Prepare for Delivery
      Delivery System
      Technical Infrastructure
      1
      3
      Development
      Practices
      Rhythm
      Communication Protocols
      Structure
      Cross cultural understanding
      2
      Shared
      Product Vision
      4
      Domain Knowledge
      Product Discovery
      3
    • Accelerated Outsourcing - set up
      1
      2
      3
      4
      5
      Outsourcing Goals
      Vendor Selection
      Establish
      Team
      Prepare
      Workshop
      Delivery system
      Product Discovery
      Oct 2009
      Nov 2009
      Dec 2009
      Jan 2010
      Contract signed with Vendor
      Start
      First deliverable
      6
      Project Tuning
      Jan 2010
      Apr 2010
      V1 release
      Alpha Release
      Beta1
      Beta2
    • Goals
      Low price but high technical skills are important
      Start fast - deliver first alpha release in JAN2010
      Strategy to scale, must have a large pool of resources
      The Development Dream Team
      1
      Outsourcing Goals
    • Shortlisted Outsourcing Vendors in Ukraine
      RFI from Shortlisted Vendors
      Based on development skills, location and experience
      2
      Vendor Selection
    • Profile and team description
      Interview with Candidates from 3 vendors
      Start with a team of 1 team lead, 2 developers
      Ready to scale
      3
      Establish
      Team
    • 4
      Prepare
      Workshop
      Delivery System
      Technical Infrastructure
      1
      3
      Development
      Practices
      Rhythm
      Communication Protocols
      Structure
      Cross cultural understanding
      2
      Shared
      Product Vision
      4
      Domain Knowledge
      Product Discovery
      Prepare workshops and Metaconomy Roles
      Describe the product to develop – key features
    • Release Rhythm: Three phased Chess Strategy (©Jeff Patton)
      Workshops with the team
      Requirements, estimation, Done-Done, Ready-Ready, Dev values, distributed retrospectives, regular meetings with owners, communication toolbox etc.
      5
      Delivery system
      Product Discovery
    • 5
      Delivery system
      Product Discovery
      • Product Discovery: User Story Mapping, Personas
      • Documented in a shared System with a Wiki
    • 6
      Project Tuning
      • Prepare next iteration, coaching DK Product Mgt.
      • Requirements Backlog Maintenance
      • Facilitate Distributed Retrospectives
    • Current results
      Team established: 2 months
      First deliverable: after 1 week
      High effective dev team
      Alpha version delivered in Jan 2010
      Problems Avoided
      Low productivity dev team
      Mistrust from DK Business
      No deliverables