At Bitsul our mission is to use our expertise to help our clients builds amazing products!
We do this by leveraging our past experiences and implementations with organisations, pushing the boundaries of the latest practices, and trying to find new and innovative ways to doing things.
We’re a bit different
- ✔ We pride ourselves on creating tangible, uncomplicated outputs for our clients
- ✔ We don’t have people sitting around waiting for projects to start
- ✔ We have real-life experience actually doing the things we talk about
- ✔ We are constantly looking to measure and review how to do things in a leaner and more efficient manner
- ✔ We value and tailor our methods to the goal of each client
Our belief is that organisations should have solid principles and stick to them. Here are ours:
We take a Lean approach to consulting –Rather than claiming or attempting to solve all of your problems at once we look to solve one problem at a time. This means using lean principles to understand what issue we can solve for you, coming up with an approach to solve it and adding relevant success criteria to ensure that achievement of these goals are measurable.
We tailor our approach for each client – We believe that because no two clients are the same our approaches shouldn’t be either. We ensure each engagement is tailored to the client and although we have standards, we don’t take a cookie cutter approach because it’s inefficient in the long run.
We keep things simple – We like to keep things simple and although some concepts are complex we ensure the output is as clear and simple as possible. The reason behind this is that we want to ensure that our clients have the best knowledge possible and don’t need to rely on us for repeat engagements to decipher what we’ve produced (unlike other consultancies we wont mention).
What is The Lean Methodology?
The Lean Methodology, or The Lean Startup Way, is a method of creating products in an iterative way allowing for speedy delivery and a better understanding of whether there is a market for the product. Recently popularised by Eric Reis, a founder of a number of tech companies, it uses a Build -> Measure – > Learn -> Build feedback loop to deliver products with accurate measurement criteria and obtains relevant feedback to allow for the product to be pivoted if necessary. This means that the product is constantly adapting to the market as well as its users and remains relevant and useful.
This is why we are a Lean Consultancy. When brought in to help with a problem we make sure we start small with the right approach and set relevant measurement criteria to determine success. If necessary, we pivot to achieve our ultimate goal…Providing tangible value to our clients.