Innovation skills

Build for Speed

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Build for Speed is a programme designed to accelerate software development and speed up project delivery.

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What is Build for Speed?

Build for Speed helps software teams increase their output by enabling them to keep up with the changing needs of their business.

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How can it help my business?

The programme will help your business improve its long-term effectiveness and efficiency by helping you focus on improving software architecture, managing technical debt and accelerating software development through the application of continuous delivery principles.

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How does it work?

Build for Speed is delivered on-site at your business where innovation coaches will work alongside your software and management teams.

The programme is split into two phases – Discovery and Deep Dive – that are tailored to suit your business.

The Discovery phase delivers up to 25 hours of provider support over 90 days.

The Deep Dive phase is optional, and delivers a further 50 hours of provider support over 120 days.

You can find out more about this programme by reading our information brochure: PDF iconBuild for Speed

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Who is it for?

Businesses (large or small) with a software development focus that are experiencing or are expecting technical and capacity challenges with scaling their business.

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How much does it cost?

The Discovery phase costs $5000+GST. Callaghan Innovation will co-fund 100% of this cost.

The optional Deep Dive phase costs  $10000+GST: Callaghan Innovation will co-fund 50% of this cost.

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How do I get my business involved?

Phone 0800 4 CALLAGHAN (0800 422 552) or email us to talk about how Build for Speed can help your business.

The Build for Speed programme provided us with an outsider’s perspective on our development processes and has helped improve the way we work. We are now more efficient and effective thanks to Build for Speed.”

Phil Thomson, CEO, Auror

Updated: 14 December 2016