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Before accepting the engagement, we’ll hold a free initial feasibility meeting where we confirm your aspirations and expectations accord with what’s possible.
Early in the engagement we’ll focus on fleshing out major DevOps risks and hurdles. If we identify issues during this stage, we’ll let you know and give you the option to proceed on an adjusted basis or walk from the engagement free of charge.
Once we pass that vital stage, we’ll frame the kickstart goal via a tighter set of agreed deliverables and from this point guarantee to deliver within the fixed fee.
Interfuze worked closely with AEMO as part of its DevOps capability to rollout the first of many work packages that form the W.A. government's significant WEM Reform Program.
Interfuze was engaged to develop a proof of concept to test a hypothesis that rainfall patterns and historical track washaways could be analysed to predict future washaways. Within weeks we were able to deliver a solution able to predict 93% of past washaways and gain the CEO's support for a production release.
We had little experience in DataOps and Azure data architectures so were understandably nervous when we started this journey. Interfuze’s methodical, collaborative and transparent approach to the engagement however, helped reassure we were choosing the right path through some difficult decisions. The resulting solution and uplift to our internal capability has left us ready to meet today’s reporting needs and face tomorrow’s reporting challenges.
Interfuze did an incredible job delivering on a tough challenge. Their technical capability, client focus and delivery ethos made what should have been very hard seem easy.
“Interfuze's skills in agile and project delivery meant they were able to tailor training, mentoring and tools to meet our real needs. By regularly reviewing priorities with me we were able to hit the areas that mattered most in a tight timeframe.”