How an Agile Methodology Facilitates Innovation

Many large enterprises still use the traditional waterfall methodology to develop new products because it is a linear and methodical approach that is familiar and seems logical. Each phase must be fully completed before moving on to the next: requirement analysis, design, development, testing, and implementation. While the process is designed to reduce risk, it… Read More

Enterprise Innovation – Why is It So Hard?

It’s tough to beat a big company that has a big idea. But often a large enterprise struggles with timely ideation and innovation, despite having some clear advantages over smaller organizations with fewer resources. One reason, of course, is the sheer size of a large enterprise. It’s notoriously difficult to turn a big ship quickly,… Read More

A Recap of the Ascendle and Microsoft Microservices Architecture Seminar

On June 7, 2019 Ascendle and Microsoft co-hosted a Microservices Architecture Seminar to discuss the logic, the logistics and the business case of using microservices architecture. Our esteemed presenters and panelists used their business acumen, technical prowess, and techy-humor to share best practices and an extensive list of microservices architecture resources. —– If you are… Read More