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A mental framework to identify at which level your organization is generating value to your clients.
The value pyramid is based on the business value chain developed by Michael Porter in 1985. Porter’s detailed version charted the actions and capabilities of a business provides in steps that progress from basic to advanced.
Our tech service pyramid shows the four main levels of the value chain specific to computer service providers: skills, processes, strategy, and vision. Your company might be positioned on any of these levels, depending on your capabilities and your customers’ requirements.
Where value is delivered
Delivering value can be done at a single level or rise to include multiple levels on the pyramid. For example, your client might require the application of your skills to build a software platform as well as a process to achieve the production and integration of the software. But they might not require an advanced strategy or vision from you.
There are a few moments in life that feel like a lightbulb going off. Suddenly, you can see a new idea in stunning clarity – and if you’ve recently had a lightbulb moment with an app idea, you’re probably excited.