Validating Assumption : Eidos as Agile E-Learning Tool

March 26, 2014

One of Eidos’ assumption on its customer segment is that we should focus on the “Untrained Scrum Teams" which is the segment of teams who wants to start doing Scrum by themselves but they have not gotten themselves trained yet. Thinking along the Lean Startup, we need to find the least expensive way to validate […]

The Challenge of Eidos : Who is our customer?

January 29, 2014

Eidos has been around for almost 2 years but we are still having a tough time gaining real traction. Like many other startups, lots of users have come to check us out but no one has stick around. One of our assumptions on the root cause is that our targeted customer segment is unclear. Originally, […]

Jump start a new agile project with Eidos

January 14, 2014

Here is the slide explaining how to quickly create a new project with Eidos. Jump start a new agile project with Eidos from Kulawat Wongsaroj

Case Study : Agile delivered 6 times faster and saved 90% budget!

August 26, 2013

In March 2006, the FBI initiated development of Sentinel [to replace the failed Virtual Case File system], targeting an end-user base of more than 30,000 FBI agents, analysts, and administrative employees. Original estimates for Sentinel were $451 million to develop and deploy by December 2009.  But by August 2010, the FBI had spent $405 million […]

Seeking 10-min usability tester volunteers for our Agile tool

August 15, 2013

In the quest to build the Agile tool which focuses on simplicity, usability and the big picture, we are looking for feedback. Out of frustration of bloated Agile tools in the market, a few of my Agile coach colleagues have found a startup to build a new Agile tool that we really want to use. […]