Government funding has never been under more scrutiny which is why it makes sense for public sector projects to adopt agile tools like Karma Platform to reduce cost and risk.
The twenty-first century shift towards the digital service economy has created an almost permanent state of disruption. Shorter technology cycles means each successive value proposition has less time to make an impact; indeed, some web technologies are under the threat of competitors simply leapfrogging them to the next-next generation of service.
Customers don’t know what they want. This conventional wisdom – espoused by a wide array of celebrated entrepreneurs from Henry Ford to the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs – remains a palliative commonly invoked by startups toiling in the product development cycle.
End-user application development is not a revolutionary idea but the rise of easy-to-use software solutions has allowed teams to create their own tools faster and with less risk.