Embrace the shift

If there's something hard learned in ICT, is that everything is changing night and day: new technologies, new people, new ideas, new stuff, always cheaper and more pervasive then before.

At Avalpa, we bet that we'll survive only if we'll embrace a changing mood. Maybe we'll face tough times but if we keep in mind that there's no safe harbour, we'll find the energy to keep floating.

If everything's under control..'re just not going fast enough!

This renowned Mario Andretti motto well gives the feeling of the fast paced times in this digital convergence age.

Twenty / Eighty

Twenty / Eighty is a pervasive concept. It's both about time to market and solution for the masses..

If you need to accomplish quickly some task, you'll need to focus on the core of the problem. For example, usually with the 20% of the "code" you get an 80% finished running prototype, and you'll be able to give a new service to a customer in a hurry (today, time to market is key to stay alive)

Power & Control

Power and control are two features you'll never enjoy completely when they don't come together.

To have the former and not the latter is like run on a fast Ferrari (TM) on the passenger seat. You never know if the driver lives up to the specs!

The viceversa is neither so good. It's like try to run a startup with only some Monopoly (TM) skills and money. You know all of the theory but you are completely missing the real thing. What a nightmare!

Keep it simple, stupid!

Keep it simple stays for "don't complicate things if it's not necessary".

Here at Avalpa, we have a long and successful experience in project management and we always find, at wrap-up time, that every piece we are later going to add to a design is clashing with other components of the solution, because projects are living things so designing for a moving target is never accomplished easily.


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