No matter how many superstars you have on your roster, it takes a team to win an NBA National Championship. The same is true for custom software development.
Basketball teams have six crucial roles that must work together to consistently secure victory: a point guard, a shooting guard, a small forward, a power forward, a center, and a coach. Each player has his own strengths, but the height that helps one player in rebounding also makes dribbling the ball down the court more difficult. No one member of the team can play every position.
Custom software development teams operate the same way, but with different positions: Project Manager, Requirements Analyst, System Architect, Software Developer, Software Tester, and Trainer. Like a successful basketball team, these positions are held by different members of the development team who bring different skills to the table. A particularly gifted Software Developer, for example, may not have the communication skills to be the Trainer, or the high-level thinking required to be a System Architect.
If your local NBA team was developing custom software packages instead of winning National Championships, they might look something like this:
So ask yourself, “Is my software development team national championship material?” If the answer is anything but “ABSOLUTELY,” it may be time to give DragonPoint a call.