By Clive Boustred, Founder & Chairman
|Well over a decade of advanced product design and experience
with most of the successful advanced technology companies, including Sun,
Apple, Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, Netscape, Bell, GTE, DoD, StorageTek,
Teknekron, Network General, Intuit, etc., has enabled the Founder to
develop proven product design and implementation principles. The Product
C-Law, or Product Success Pyramid reflects this wisdom:
|"A Product's Success Is Directly Proportional to Its Ease of Use,
Functionality, Cost & Marketing & Sales Efforts Divided by Market
|Background and use within InfoTelesys
The Product C-Law design philosophy will be embedded within InfoTelesys,
while the advanced technology lecture series developed by the Founder will
be utilized internally to its fullest, to ensure the success of
InfoTelesys product development & integration.
In addition to fundamental product design strategy & principles,
the Founders' experience as one of Silicon
Valleys foremost Computer Aided Software Engineering (CASE) experts
will be exploited to the fullest to ensure that InfoTelesys' software
engineering and integration utilizes state of the art products and
techniques, to produce the most cost effective product.
A key element to the InfoTelesys infrastructure design will be the
well-founded Object Oriented design principle of "separation of
interface from implementation". Key factors and knowledge in these
domains will enable InfoTelesys to outsmart the largest competitor, even
after going public with this revolutionary strategy.
One must recognize another important element of the InfoTelesys
strategy, that of KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid). While the overall
InfoTelesys design and strategy could hardly be called simple, the steps
getting there are. The InfoTelesys Strategy starts with simple steps and
builds on these simple steps to reach the ultimate goal of the advanced
integrated InfoTelesys media engine.