Prodigy was launched by Idea Group as a start-up product in September 2014.

Product management and development are brought up-to-date using the revolutionary Prodigy system. Industry best practices are encapsulated in a cutting edge tool which raises the standards and puts control back in the hands of product managers.

Prodigy is a product management and development application. Our system provides a best practice, yet flexible, infrastructure for product management with a strong emphasis on collaboration to make the product management process standard, social and auditable. So now even the regulator will be happy that your process meets their expectations and requirements.

Product Managers now have a tool to guide them through every step of the product management process. A familiar workspace in which to carry out daily activities, meet deadlines, keep track of all activities and the status of every aspect of the product management lifecycle. Objectives are clear and highly flexi...
Prodigy was launched by Idea Group as a start-up product in September 2014.

Product management and development are brought up-to-date using the revolutionary Prodigy system. Industry best practices are encapsulated in a cutting edge tool which raises the standards and puts control back in the hands of product managers.

Prodigy is a product management and development application. Our system provides a best practice, yet flexible, infrastructure for product management with a strong emphasis on collaboration to make the product management process standard, social and auditable. So now even the regulator will be happy that your process meets their expectations and requirements.

Product Managers now have a tool to guide them through every step of the product management process. A familiar workspace in which to carry out daily activities, meet deadlines, keep track of all activities and the status of every aspect of the product management lifecycle. Objectives are clear and highly flexible reporting is built in.

The system is built on three main pillars, which are essential to ensure that your product management process works well - particularly in a global organisation where colleagues may sit thousands of miles apart;

1. A standardised workflow provides users with absolute clarity over what they need to do next, when they need to seek approval, how/who to seek approval from, and also gives the approvers clarity over their responsibilties.

2. A documentation respository that ensures all of the information upon which your product has been built is kept in one place. Even the core reasons why you created a product can be found in two clicks, rather than in a large box in a dusty warehouse which tends to be the situation for most firms today. Documents can be locked down and stored in a protected manner to meet audit and regulatory requirements.

3. An alerts dashboard ensures that management teams, or the product managers themselves, can easily spot the items that are urgent or approaching a deadline. The key aspect of this capability is to highlight what needs to be done, whilst there is still time to do something about it. Managing a global team suddenly becomes far simpler, and you obtain a "level playing field" view of the way in which your team is performing. Good for the manager and good for the staff members too.
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