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Fast

Time is money. We need to get what we are building today to production as fast as we can. Every time. Every sprint. When presented with "Fast, Cheap, Good", fast and cheap tend to win because each comes back to money. For the software we are building today, we increasingly rely on third party Software as a Service (SaaS) to provide functionality that is not our core business value (The Logical Layer). Good also translates into money, but in the long term. If you have to choose one, it's always fast.

As dshaw says, "Shipping Code Wins."

With Cor.dev, you can quickly choose the right service provider for your needs, then get started with step-by-step guidance, a comprehensive test suite, and detailed pre-flight and post-flight checklists to make sure you're ready to go live and know everything's working as expected. Next sprint you need to ship important functionality. You need it for the launch next month. For the sake of example, let's say that you need to ship a new Identity System to manage users across your marketplace. It will take weeks to choose the right provider, validate that their feature set matches your requirements? (Or do you even know what you need?) Then you have to get up to speed on how to integrate this new thing. Finally, you need to make sure it doesn't break anything. How long do we have? 2 weeks, at most.

Integration

Cheap

In software development, the true cost of an integration is often hidden. Development time can be straightforward to estimate, but what about:

Switching costs - have you factored in what it will cost to replace this integration when the time comes? How do you know when it's time to switch?
Onboarding - how time consuming is it to get your team up and running?
Training - how well-documented are the features of the integration that you need to use? Can you serve yourself, or will you need to go several cycles with a support team?
Long term maintenance - have you factored in the time you'll need to maintain the code around the integration?


Understanding the total cost of ownership of different integration options is crucial for making the build versus buy decision for your app. Cor.dev gives you the guidance and tools you need to choose the right path for your core product. If you choose to work with a vendored service, core.dev lowers your cost of integration by providing peer-validated support paths, processes, checklists and play books that match your needs and your stack. We reduce the total cost of ownership for your integrations and provide you the guidance you need to make switching a breeze.

Integration

Good

Your team is on a mission to solve your customer problems, your product is carefully crafted to address the specific needs for solving these problems, but your product’s success depends on various layers of technology and technical expertise which are neither the core focus of your team, nor are they a key skill area. These dependency layers represent a large surface area for your team to get knowledgeable in.

Crossing the chasm from awareness to mastery is costly, time consuming, and outside the scope of your core business needs. You want to know what “good” looks like for your team, without having to pave a path through the forest of known unknowns.

Your team needs the final picture for what good looks like in the layers of technology dependencies they rely on, so they can make the best “build vs. buy” decisions and better navigate their path in focusing on immediately solving your customer problems.

Cor.dev provides you with access to the collective knowledge from technology practitioners as well as the handbook of your integration layer decision and investment so you can bypass the chasm altogether to get the end state of what “good looks like” for you.

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FEATURE

Individual

$25

Corporate

$250

Corporate

$2500

Good

Standards, specs
Access up-to-date, peer-validated resources and guides
Connect with Cor’s peer-validated network
Learn and get feedback from the Cor network
[Future] Certification of completion
Make gray areas high contrast to make the best decisions
Contribute to standards specs
Join together with other industry leaders to Influence vendor roadmaps and feature prioritization
Back up decisions with industry vetted data
Provide your customers with access to the Cor Way
Become a provider of choice for smart users

Fast

Find the right vendor for your current integration needs
Get the cheat code for success
Build the right solution
Test suite
Pre/post-flight checklists
Skip the pre-sales meetings
Get fast lane configurations matched to your needs
Help new users go from intent to maturity faster
Pre-vetted customers that get to mature user status faster

Cheap

Understand the total cost of ownership of integrating SaaS into your solutions
Easily navigate complex integrations with clear guidance
Lower customers total cost of integration through peer-validate, standardized integrations
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At Cor.dev, we focus on integration use cases common across 90% of all applications. We document, standardize and validate these at scale.
In our experience, most Enterprise application integration complexity falls into the upper 10%.
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Your team is on a mission to solve your customer problems, your product is carefully crafted to address the specific needs for solving these problems, but your product’s success depends on various layers of technology and technical expertise which are neither the core focus of your team, nor are they a key skill area. These dependency layers represent a large surface area for your team to get knowledgeable in.

Crossing the chasm from awareness to mastery is costly, time consuming, and outside the scope of your core business needs. You want to know what “good” looks like for your team, without having to pave a path through the forest of known unknowns.

Your team needs the final picture for what good looks like in the layers of technology dependencies they rely on, so they can make the best “build vs. buy” decisions and better navigate their path in focusing on immediately solving your customer problems.

Cor.dev provides you with access to the collective knowledge from technology practitioners as well as the handbook of your integration layer decision and investment so you can bypass the chasm altogether to get the end state of what “good looks like” for you.

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