Imagine...if you could get that next application up and running in a couple of weeks.
To help our customers experience Low-code we have developed a Kick-start package.
By investing in a kick-start sprint (delivered by Flowfactory's on-boarding team or one of our certified partners) - a new customer will quickly gain an understanding of how much can be done in a couple of weeks.
The experience should be amazing!
What's the purpose?
The purpose is to give our customer a fantastic hands-on experience directly connected to their own business environment. By bringing together the customer idea with a certified configuration professional - we will scope the first real version of an application that will be up and running within three weeks.
The result should be a fully functioning application, that covers one or more workflows, that will make it possible for the customer to gain insight from important stakeholders. In essence - the kick-start is a decision support for the client to decide on a continued project and a deeper understanding of what is possible to achieve by using Flowfactory Low-code platform.
Discuss main Business Drivers and Objectives
Define on who's the customer-side product owner.
Clearly establish what is/is not included in the kick-start.
Pick a reasonably limited scope - define "low-hanging fruits."
Decide on views, fields and actions for a prioritized workflow.
Decide which users should be added to the experience of the real application.
Back in the office
Create a first version of what was defined and decided in workshop 1
Invite customer-side product owner to web-meeting for early feed-back
Adjust and refine. Get ready for work-shop 2 (Delivery)
Open with the objectives of the application.
Provide a demo for the customer-side product owner and participants.
Make a list of feed-back during the demo and populate the back-log for the potential implementation project.
Provide log-in details for up to 10 users.
Set a date for follow-up and planning meeting, preferably within two weeks.