The Certainty of Uncertainty
A conversation between Murray Cantor, co-founder and CTO of Aptage and Douglas Ferguson, founder of Voltage Control.
Improving outcomes for projects by reducing risk Executing complex projects, like investing in an innovative product, is not easy and fraught with risk. There are many dependencies, moving parts, and people involved. Aptage AI addresses some of this complexity, but we knew we couldn’t do it with software alone. Aptage is excited to…Details
This article describes the Aptage PERF tool and how it combines the sciences of a) wisdom of teams and b) mathematics of uncertainty. We put the “science” in SWAG. See Aptage PERF – for Engineering for the same article on engineering projects.Details
Projects are hard to estimate, assess risks, and determine if feasible. This article describe how this is all easier with the Aptage PERF (for Engineering) tool. Aptage combines the sciences of a) wisdom of teams and b) mathematics of uncertainty. We put the “science” in SWAG. See Aptage PERF (for Agile) for the same article on agile projects.Details
Creating software is a time and labor-intensive activity comparable to the creation of physical goods. For that reason, many have likened a commercial software development organization as a sort of factory. In fact there are several books written on the ‘Software Factory’.Details
We at Aptage believe that innovative development should be approached with the discipline of any other risky investment. When embarking on an innovative program, one should know the likelihood of making the target return of investment. Further, a well-managed innovative effort should result in improving the likelihood of getting the targeted return.Details
Aptage mentioned in Value Inspiration blog post on the secret of innovation capable of making an impact.Details