We are uniquely experienced in combining the disciplines needed into an end-to-end process, delivering digital products that achieve business outcomes, minimising risk of failure and waste and getting the best out of enabling technologies, such as Cloud and Open Source.
Engineering the Experience is aimed at organisations who recognise that in order to better meet their own customers’ needs and find points of differentiation in their marketplace, they need to develop and build their own digital products.
Increasingly we see organisations where digital product development is a priority, but new products are not fully operational and production ready. We build digital products, make them production ready – and then transfer and integrate those fully operational products into your organisation.
We help you set out the product vision and strategy and prioritise the work to get there in a product roadmap.
This takes into account:
We will help you design digital products that focus on your end users and add value. This process calls on the skills of different disciplines, including:
Our skilled software engineers will write, test and release high-quality software that follows best practice, delivers on acceptance criteria and is scalable and secure, within the required timeframe.
Our engineering teams bring a range of skills in different technologies that allow us to tailor the most appropriate solutions. Working closely with your team, we structure our software engineering to fit the needs of the organisation.
Working closely with your team, we structure our software engineering to fit the needs of the organisation.
The delivery manager will bring together both software development and operation teams to improve collaboration and productivity. We empower development teams with the tools and methodologies needed to create successful cross- functional modes of working whilst still meeting operational requirements and governance, from build through to deployment and beyond.
Our analytics team embed sensors, beacons and other tools, to stream real-time data that provides insight into how digital products perform in the real world and how they can be improved and optimised, based on evidence derived from actual user behaviour.
Plugging into our digital product development resources gives you the ability to differentiate yourself from your competitors, to enable and empower your employees, to connect with your partners and to provide data- driven insight to your stakeholders.
6point6 helped TMG with strategic and technical leadership for implementationof the company’s digital subscriptions strategy by content management migration and creation of a core API platform.
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