Service Architecture

RapiFly’s service architecture consists of three core elements:

  1. Collective, Distributed Planning
  2. Change Management
  3. Challenge Management

Collective, Distributed Planning

RapiFly is a collective, distributed platform. Goals are achieved faster, and with greater consistency, by distributing plan items to pertinent, qualified team members. Dashboards provide detailed performance information by individual, team, department and organization. Plan items are recorded with a timestamp, insuring that credit is given where credit is due.

One World

Change Management

Changes to plans can be made and disseminated to project participants “on-the-fly”. Teams can respond to opportunities and problems without delay. Plan changes abide by the chain-of-command. Alerts notify project participants when changes are made affect them.

Challenge Management

Challenge Management is a collective term that refers to Opportunity Maximization and Problem Minimization. Opportunities and problems are managed independently. The same methodology that is used to manage plan development is used to manage opportunities and problems. Using the same methodology to manage plans, opportunities and problems results in an efficient, friendly, intuitive environment.

Opportunity Capitalization

Opportunities often pave a path to expedited goal achievement. Responses to opportunities are measured independently, making it easy to monitor the effectivenss of alternative solutions. Best practices can be identified expeditiously and deployed immediately.

Problem Minimization

On the flip side, problems can impede goal achievement. Problems are measured independently. Complex challenges can be segmented and delegated to sub-teams of experts. Users learn to overcome challenges in a logical, resoureful, consistent manner.