You have the ideas, we have the software. Every organization has its own event customer journey and Halito! has an extensive event platform at its disposal. The Halito! Factory brings those two together and looks for common understanding. In this way we build a solution together that offers real added value for your guests.
Your company can’t get what it wants unless your customers and users get something they want.
Visual technology that brings insight
We use User Story Mapping, a technique to get a clear picture with stakeholders of exactly which features you want. We then translate your idea into a concrete plan.
What it is all about
User Story Mapping helps to separate the essence of a new functionality from the side issues. So many things seem hugely important at first, until you think about it.
A complete picture
With User Story Mapping we also include basic things that are overlooked in the bigger picture. We cut large blocks into pieces to create a minimum viable product.
Let’s take the time to understand each other. We do a User Story Mapping exercise and come to a realistic and perfectly feasible solution for your event challenge.
All stakeholders at the table
User Story Mapping makes no sense without all stakeholders sitting around the table, both on your side and ours. Stakeholders are not only the people who will use the event software later, but also people from legal, it, purchase, hr, …
SaaS remains the starting point
The Halito! Factory creates a lot of possibilities but Halito! is and remains primarily a Software as a Service (SaaS) solution. We always take the current event software application as a starting point and look for technically feasible solutions within the existing environment.
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User Story Mapping is mapping your story as a user through a visual exercise that helps web developers define the work that will create the most enjoyable user experience. This technique is used to improve teams’ understanding of their customers and to prioritize work.
- It creates a visual representation of your idea that makes it tangible
- It allows to share knowledge between all stakeholders
- It provides a bird’s eye view of software features
- It allows to do small but more releases
- It perfectly matches the expectations of a software user
That indeed seems to be the case because we only start developing and programming later. But the extra time that we put into the User Story Mapping process is recouped twice in the end because we can program way more efficiently and in a targeted manner. After the first release, new releases can quickly follow each other based on user feedback.
Of course, this depends on the complexity of your question. Expect a lead time of a few weeks up to a month. By then we’ve come a long way. This time is needed to shape your idea, let it sink in as well as allow all of the stakeholders to look at it.
Because you as a customer will not get the desired result of what you originally had in mind. Halito! will have developed something beautiful that unfortunately is not the (complete) answer to the problem or challenge you are facing. Then all this work would be in vain.