Strategic, Transformational Consulting
Strategy is at the heart of all the work Modus does. Modus focuses on outcomes for your business, not outputs. Whether you are trying to conceive a new product, grow an existing product, optimize your portfolio and development teams, or transform your organization, our team can help.
Our practice is broken up into two distinct areas: organizational transformation and product management strategy. Modus brings best practices from all areas of technology to help you lead the market, be proactive, and optimize technology to empower all aspects of your organization.
Adapt your company to the digital marketplace to become the top of your market and compete in a digital, rapid-paced, multi-channel and chaotic world of innovation.
- Innovation + Agile Finance
- Agile Processes and Transformation
- Organizational Innovation
- Technology Management
Every organization has become a software company. In order to compete in today’s world, organizations must be agile, intelligent, mobile and innovative. Our product development consulting practices ensure that your company is at the top of your game, building the right apps in the right way.
- Consumer and User Experience
- Product Management Practice
- Portfolio Management
- Engineering, QA and DevOps
Get Started with a Product Assessment
Get an expert review of your product or portfolio with actionable next steps for improvement. Talk to our team about a Product Assessment.
Modus Kickstart: Proven, Proprietary Process
The Kickstart process uses Agile and lean principles to take businesses from idea to product. Facilitated and action-oriented sessions for:
- Goal Alignment
- Customer Insights & Target Market Definition
- Technical Assessment & Recommendation
- Agile Planning & Roadmapping
At the end of a Modus Kickstart engagement, you will have a way forward.
Our Work in Action
Bright MLS challenged us to bolster revenue by launching new premium products and reduce customer support calls through a simplified user experience. Plus, Bright was in the midst of a merger — we needed to serve two user bases accustomed to different tools.