Many companies are beginning to manage their innovation centers as product organizations. This includes treating their applications as “products” and being able to categorize their work as applications, features, and user stories. The top-level concept is that of an application. This is often a single application, but it could be a collection of sub-applications or in the case of Salesforce, something as fuzzy as Sales Cloud. The application context data model looks like this:
Definition of Application
An application or product is produced to create value for a group of customers and to the organization it provides. An application can be made up of many sub-applications that can also contain features. An application needs a name that people can remember and must clearly define benefits for the customer. An application should adapt with time, trends, and changes to the market in order for it to stay relevant. An application may or may not have a revenue stream.
Application versus Project
Copado Application Object
Copado enables you to track everything related to your applications. You can group your user stories into applications, sub-applications, and features.
Application Details Page
On the Application detail page, you can find relevant information about the app, such as the name, the description, the product manager, and its related parent application, if any.
Name of the app.
Define the operational status of your application and specify if it is:
Add more details about your application with rich-text input.
Release status of your application and sub-applications.
Name of the Product Manager who is in charge of the app development.
The parent application to which this is connected as a sub-application
The user who created this record.
The user who has ownership of the application.
Last Modified By
The user who last modified this record.
If your application is made up of smaller apps, you can link them via the Sub-Applications related list
To view all the features that are part of an application.
To view the related Epics.