Doug Kaweski draws on a career in management consulting in analytics, software implementation and software product development. He makes the case that small companies can and should develop their own software and gives examples from his experience in working with governments and large corporations as well as insight from a dozen years as a successful product developer and owner leading to a successful business sale and exit.
What is the business case for creating and using software in your business? Putting aside business school tales of unicorns, startups and ERP miracles, what can a business realistically achieve with its own software and what might be the business outcome?
Businesses have the choice to either buy, build or ignore new technology including software applications. Assuming the business case to develop something is attractive, what pieces of the puzzle does a business need to put together for success? What's likely needed in terms of personnel, marketing, design, technology, training, partnerships, contractors, etc?
The full cost of this three hour seminar is $129 plus GST.