Solution Engineering

Solution Engineering is more than just delivering the project. It is about the concept, industry, and business processes to find the approach that is really needed for each project.
Clarifying the stages and combining them with the right engagement models is the basis for a successful project.  Instead of just delivering our clients the projects they want, we deliver the projects they truly need.

THE FIVE STAGES IN THE PROCESS

We craft and engineer solutions together with our clients and their specialist departments in a trusted partnership model to quickly deliver the value we envision, based on the idea that less is more while reducing initial complexity and getting early feedback on the solution.

Solution Engineering Process

Product vision and roadmap

We help lay out the foundation of what the client is envisioning, converting the vision into formal documents with a development action plan. In this stage, we will also analyze existing data to speed up the development process, analyze the main functionalities we should implement, and define a set of technologies (tech-stack) we recommend and will use for developing the project.

Requirement analysis

This stage will answer the question: “What does the client want and need to achieve the desired business value?” Functional requirements enable an understanding of how the software will be developed and how it will interact
with its users.

UI/UX
design

UI/UX and the overall design of the application is an important step in the process of creating a solid software application solution. We start with wireframing your concept and ideas into a seamless experience. We combine visual principles, data, color psychology, and decades worth of experience to create a fully scalable UI/UX, for users to intuitively use the Data Visualization Platform and have a great product experience.

Minumum viable product

In this stage, we develop a functional design prototype to build the user journey according to the functional requirements set in the phase of Requirement analysis.

Go to market build

The minimum marketable product consists of a set of MVPs that are part of product discovery activities leading to a product that is ready for general release, fulfilling the minimum offering required for go to market.

ENGAGEMENT MODELS

Artifact analysis

Gives flexibility and tools for smooth software development. A combination of vision map, functional requirements analysis, and UI/UX will set the quality base for any project.

Fixed price

Effective for smaller projects with detailed and stable defined scope and specifications.

Time and material

Gives project stakeholders more transparency and control over supply-related resources. Helps to quickly identify and resolve the inefficiencies.

Dedicated team

ASAP involving a needed expert or team of experts to a project, saving time and cutting recruitment expenses.

BESTSHORING

 Our nearshoring team in the Baltics is a vital part of our new concept of Bestshoring. We are bringing together the onshoring and nearshoring. The local experts like Business Analysts, Project Managers, and Lead Developers are in direct cooperation with our innovation hub development teams in the Baltics. With this constellation, we can offer our clients from Scandinavia, the DACH region and the Baltic region the best of both worlds.

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FREDERIC KLEIN

FREDERIC KLEIN

Head of Engineering and Consulting

“We aim to understand the needs of our clients so we can help them identify the obstacles and drive further growth. Doing that helps us learn and grow while creating impact and building a better future.”

frederic.klein@birkle-it.com

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