Repeatable Success


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We stood up a new multi million dollar revenue generating green technology line of business for a billion dollar company at a fraction of the cost in a fraction of the time.

How did we do it? We have a formula for success and it works.

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Repeatable Success

  1. 1. Questions Answered. Solutions Provided.<br />
  2. 2. Our Formula for Success<br />How QA Technologies Delivers Superior IT Solutions at a Fraction of the Cost in a Fraction of the Time<br />
  3. 3. Repeatable IT Process<br /> Enterprise Development on Time and Within Budget<br />Questions Answered. Solutions Provided.<br />
  4. 4. Why a Repeatable IT Process?<br />Questions Answered. Solutions Provided.<br />
  5. 5. QAT’s Repeatable IT Process<br />Rooted in Agile Software Development Methodologies<br />Is agile to account for project uniqueness<br />Includes repeatable and clearly defined processes and artifacts<br />Questions Answered. Solutions Provided.<br />
  6. 6. Repeatable IT Process<br />Questions Answered. Solutions Provided.<br />
  7. 7. Enterprise Development FrameworkMethodology - Agility RPM℠ for Repeatable Success<br />Consistently delivering quality results on time and within budget with the repeatable process methodology we call Agility RPM℠. <br />Based in Agile/Scrum<br />Includes online tools for our development teams and customers to track, manage and monitor project progress. <br />Defines the rules of engagement.<br />Defines the identifiable steps of each 4-6 week development cycle (sprint) <br />The entire team follows the same roadmap so everyone is communicating effectively in terms of where they stand each day in relation to the target date. <br />Questions Answered. Solutions Provided.<br />
  8. 8. Enterprise Development FrameworkMethodology - Agility RPM℠ for Repeatable Success<br />Questions Answered. Solutions Provided.<br />Project Inception<br />Transition<br />Continuous Integration<br />Sprint 1 – n<br />Planning<br />Development<br />Integration<br />Regression<br />Testing<br />Requirements<br />Refinement<br />Sprint Planning Meeting<br />Sprint Review Meeting<br />Product Backlog<br />Functionally Tested Software<br />Sprint Backlog<br />
  9. 9. Enterprise Development FrameworkBackend Frameworks – jDaptive (Java) and nDaptive (.Net)<br />Defining the standards for how technologies are combined in order to implement the common enterprise application challenges, such as security, logging, transaction handling, caching, validation and much more. <br />jDaptive is QAT’s layered OO Java/JEE application platform based on open source spring and spring batch application frameworks architected to be elastic for the cloud. It includes the QAT Java Architecture, Java Standards, Best Practices & Training.<br />nDaptive is QAT’s layered OO .Net application platform architected to be elastic for the cloud. It includes the QAT .Net Architecture, .Net Standards, Best Practices & Training.<br />Questions Answered. Solutions Provided.<br />
  10. 10. Enterprise Development FrameworkFront End Framework – Rich Internet Application Development with WebDaptive<br />WebDaptive is our front end framework and is based on all open technology with heavy emphasis on jQuery. <br />We bring applications to life with WebDaptive. <br />Build the next generation of rich internet applications (RIA)<br />Responsiveness of traditional client-server applications<br />Modern user interface that your users expect<br />Applications developed with WebDaptive work with all major browsers and operating systems<br />WebDaptive contains a rich set of features including runtime skinning, security, and server side integration. <br />Questions Answered. Solutions Provided.<br />
  11. 11. Bestshore Outsourcing<br />Development, Maintenance, and Management<br />Questions Answered. Solutions Provided.<br />
  12. 12. Bestshore Options<br />Questions Answered. Solutions Provided.<br />
  13. 13. Bestshore – Uberaba, Brazil<br />30 seat developer center<br />Project leads fluent in English<br />All developers trained in QAT’s repeatable process<br />Questions Answered. Solutions Provided.<br />
  14. 14. QAT Brazil Projects<br />Services for major automotive company, focused on logistic and accounting business areas<br />Human Resources Management application for US state government<br />Locomotive Yard Graphical Application for major US railroad<br />Proof of concept applications<br />QAT Productivity Tools<br />Custom reports for QAT Publisher customers<br />XML interface integration applications for QAT Exchange tool customers<br />Support services for QAT productivity tools<br />Questions Answered. Solutions Provided.<br />
  15. 15. Why Brazil?<br />The time difference to US CDT is only two hours, enabling a high level of communication between offshore and onshore teams.<br />Access to an extended IT professional pool<br />Reduced development costs<br />Similar culture<br />QAT has had a development center in Brazil for over 7 years.<br />Questions Answered. Solutions Provided.<br />
  16. 16. Bestshore – Best Practices<br />Agile Repeatable Development Process with Clearly Defined Processes and Artifacts Around:<br />Project Management<br />Architecture<br />Analysis<br />Design and Design Standards<br />Training<br />Testing (Unit, Integration, and Acceptance)<br />Questions Answered. Solutions Provided.<br />
  17. 17. Bestshore – Best Practices<br />Technical Training for Developers as part of QAT’s Repeatable Development Process<br />Web-Based Project Management Tool<br />Client Access<br />Team Access<br />Daily Team Status Meetings<br />Questions Answered. Solutions Provided.<br />
  18. 18. IT Transformation Services<br />Training your development shop to deliver repeatable success with an advanced architecture and effective methodology.<br />Questions Answered. Solutions Provided.<br />
  19. 19. Why is IT resource transformation necessary?<br />Technology Constantly Changing<br />Retains and Nurture Business Knowledgeable IT Resources<br />Builds Employer/Employee Loyalty<br />Questions Answered. Solutions Provided.<br />Technologies change. Directions shift. Habits are outdated. Reduce development time. Increase revenue. Reduce costs. Staff needs to evolve. <br />
  20. 20. Characteristics of a Repeatable IT Transformation Process<br />Business & IT alignment<br />Business goals<br />Cost models/budgets<br />Resources & resource plans<br />Technology change decisions<br />Establish/hire/procure core team to establish standards/training for new technology<br />Need to establish a common technology language to communicate and enforce with across the new technology choice. That common language is fondly called in IT terms “standards.”<br />Questions Answered. Solutions Provided.<br />
  21. 21. Possible Benefits of IT Transformation Services<br />Improved ROI on IT projects and investments<br />Increased IT effectiveness and efficiency<br />Closer alignment of IT and the business<br />Greater business agility<br />Faster time to delivery<br />Delivery consistency for onshore, offshore, and bestshore development teams<br />Questions Answered. Solutions Provided.<br />
  22. 22. Contact Us<br />Questions Answered. Solutions Provided.<br />QA Technologies, Inc.222 South 15th StreetSuite 1404Omaha, Nebraska 68102GSA: GS-35F-0074P<br />sales@qat.com402-391-9200<br />Ken Bass, President<br />Rollie Stephens, Vice President<br />Chuck Snyder, Director of Business Development<br />