What Does a Partnership Look Like?
Each Remedy team works exclusively with a single partner to synthesize company objectives, create a roadmap, and then deliver a product.
Our cross-functional teams work on product management, full stack and data engineering, DevOps, architecture, QA, and UX/UI design.
With our unique flavor of agile methodology, our product-led teams distill a partner’s broad vision into a lean scope that can be delivered and tested in a short time frame.
Throughout a partnership, we gather product metrics to inform long-term technology and business strategy.
In these meetings, we’re asking questions, reviewing documentation, and conducting research that helps us understand your business, product vision, and target users.
Once that’s solidified, we identify early milestones to aim for that will deliver immediate business value.
We learn your business objectives, KPIs, and long-term vision through a pre-discovery questionnaire and a series of onboarding calls with our product team. Then we conduct thorough competitor analysis, product-market fit validation, and assumption testing.
We review your product, code, documentation, and wireframes.
We utilize any available data to develop user personas, map out user needs, and understand how users might engage with the product.
We work with your team to identify, prioritize, and prototype key product features and deliverables. Together, we define what a finished feature is and create a delivery plan for each one.
This collection of features is the initial backlog that developers will execute in the next stage.
We set up communication channels, set feedback expectations, and implement product management tools.
Define Product Strategy
We start by defining product success metrics, then develop a roadmap that outlines how we’ll prioritize, develop, and launch key product features.
We design wireframes that map out how different user personas will engage with your products and build a design kit to inform our mockups and prototypes.
We identify technical requirements and core features and divide those into bite-sized tasks and sections, which make up the project timeline and scope.
Engineers create a tech roadmap and build front- and back-end architecture.
Using agile methodology, we demo features with immediate business and user value at least once every 2 weeks to gather feedback. We continuously test feature functionality, integration, and usability.
We set up CI/CD pipelines and infrastructure deployment and create technical documentation and architecture.
Continuously Deliver Features
We work in sprints to develop, test, validate, and launch new features every 2 weeks.
Integrate Partner Feedback
We continuously ask for feedback during daily stand-ups, sprint demos, sprint reviews, and leadership check-ins.
Once we’ve developed a feature, MVP, or updated system, we conduct user acceptance testing for all functions to ensure everything’s ready for deployment.
The moment we confirm the pre-launch checklist is complete, we help you launch your product or update. At peak efficiency, we’re releasing multiple times per 2-week sprint.
We support deployment and manage risk by building release schedules that incorporate thorough testing, validation, and version control all while tracking any technical documentation.
We validate the final product through unit, regression, functional, and user acceptance testing while setting up manual and auto-QA processes as well.