The customers’ needs should always be the starting point of developing software. Whether you are working on your standard solution or starting a new initiative. To practice customer-driven development you will have to find out what the needs of your customers are. But do you know? And, do your customers trust you enough to open up on such matters? Have you found the right customers to go the extra mile with you and invest their time and effort into it? In this conversation, Remus Pereni and Peter Turnbull talk about the best practices in engaging with customers.
Peter is a serial New Initiatives Champion at PulseCheck, a VMS company in healthcare, and Peter is very good at capturing the requirements that new initiatives need. It starts with addressing a customer problem or idea and working it out from there. In the interview, Peter shares insights on:
and much more. Not only is Peter a great and funny speaker, but he is also a master in making that essential connection with clients and creating customer-driven solutions.
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Did you miss one of our previous Life Cycle Extension customer best practices? Click here for the interview with John Suijker on using low-code for modernizations, or Peyton Moore on balancing technological advancements and focus on customers.