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AQX Law Firm: Product Strategy and What’s Ahead

Anaqua

At Anaqua, client-led innovation and product strategy have been part of our DNA since our founding. Customers continue to drive the roadmap, supported by advancements in technology and business practices. These are very active groups where we get input about needs and test ideas and new product development.

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Innovation Roadmaps: What Are They Good For, Anyway?

Innovation Excellence

At the heart, product roadmaps show the major milestones of a project’s lifecycle. Maintaining Product Roadmaps is a useful discipline in just about any organization that has more than one product. But aside from capturing product timelines, what good are they?

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The Importance of Listening When Developing a Product Roadmap

Anaqua

When it comes to product strategy and development at Anaqua, the key word is LISTEN. The product roadmap process at Anaqua is always iterative. In developing the Anaqua roadmap for the next 18-months, we launched customer and market surveys, reaching out separately to senior IP professionals in corporations and law firms.

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Setting Industry Benchmarks Through Client Collaboration

Anaqua

With client-led software development, we partner closely with our clients to develop a long-term strategic roadmap where we identify opportunities and gaps (such as functional capabilities), and then determine what elements Anaqua should build, buy, or partner that will best support our platform, AQX®, and most importantly the needs of our clients.

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Shaping the Future: Product Strategy in the Age of Uncertainty

Speaker: William Haas Evans - Principal Consultant, Product Strategy Practice Lead, Kuroshio Consulting

In this webinar, we’ll explore the 4 key pillars that a value-driven product organization leverages to ensure they are connecting their strategy to execution to deliver business outcomes: The Product Roadmap (What it is and what it’s not). A Cascade of Requirements. A System of Metrics. A Cadence of Ceremonies.

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Unleash Your Visual Superpower!

Boxes and Arrows

At a certain point, clients stop listening to the strategy—they just want to get to the pictures. But does that mean that designers should just make pictures and leave the strategy to others? The best designers transcend the gap between strategy and execution. The roadmap doesn’t just benefit the project team or the designer.

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Bringing The Business Along

Innov8rs

And it all boils down to investment decisions: your project won’t be funded if your core team isn’t interested or if you can’t demonstrate how it aligns with the business roadmap. Testing out new ideas on a small scale in sandbox environments can be an extremely effective strategy to build leaders’ confidence around innovation.